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Safeguarding

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility . Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play.  In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively. All practitioners should make sure their approach is child-cantered.  This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child.  (Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021)

Our designated safeguarding lead is Mrs Alison Sharman. Please contact her in the first instance if you have any concerns about the safety or well-being of students in the school.

Alison Sharman
AMS@johnwarner.herts.sch.uk

ESafety

REPORT REMOVE - The NSPCC has recently launched a service where you can remove a nude image that has been shared online. 

Remove a nude image shared online | Childline

PARENT SUPPORT – Education Child Protection recently presented to our students and held a parent webinar.  Resources and useful links can be found on their literature.

POST - Secondary School - Online Safety - Parent Carer Guidance.pdf

Secondary parent - Online Safety handout.pdf

If you are concerned about something that may have happened while online, please go to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre and report the incident.

Visit ceop.police.uk

USEFUL WEB LINKS

As well as the revised HSCB Child Protection & Safeguarding Children Procedures 2010, you will find lots of useful information, guidance and support on the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board website.

Visit hertfordshire.gov.uk

Visit NSPCC

Visit Childline

Visit Childnet

Visit Thinkuknow

A useful links page provided by School of Sexual Education provides a wealth of advice and support for our young people and their families.

Useful Links — School of Sexuality Education (schoolofsexed.org)

Useful Web Links

If you are concerned about something that may have happened while online, please go to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre and report the incident.

Visit ceop.police.uk

As well as the revised HSCB Child Protection & Safeguarding Children Procedures 2010, you will find lots of useful information, guidance and support on the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board website.

Visit hertfordshire.gov.uk

Visit NSPCC

Visit Childline

Visit Childnet

Visit Thinkuknow