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On Tuesday 6th October 2021 all children and staff had a safeguarding talk by Marilyn Hawes from Freedom form abuse. She spoke about the dangers involving children on the internet. Many aspects from this talk will be picked up in our 'be safe, feeling safe assembly on a Thursday' 

Teaching staff and some TA's took part in Trauma training which gave us a deeper understanding to how traumas impact on children's development and how we as a school can supoprt and spot signs. 

“ I had the privilege to  be invited into your school today to train children on the issues and behaviours required to stay safer on line. I hope your children learnt some necessary information. What I really want to say is how impressed I was with the school. Without a doubt, it is the  calmest most peaceful school I have been in ,and I have been in hundreds .Not once did I hear a teacher raise their voice, children were engaged in their learning, they were attentive to my own training I delivered, interested and asked great questions .They were polite and just wonderful. This does not happen by luck or accident, it is clear to see the dedication of Mrs King and her excellent hard working staff . As parents you are truly fortunate you children attend Wilbury Primary . Thank you ALL for an excellent day “

 

Marilyn Hawes
Director and CEO
Winner "Inspirational Woman of the Year 2017"

Mail: marilyn.hawes@freedom-abuse.org

Website: www.freedom-abuse.org

Some social networking services such as Facebook, Instagram and Ask.fm have a minimum age of 13.  These services will also be discussed as it is important to understand why they have an age restriction and the additional risks that primary age children will face if they attempt to use them. Copies of information sheets on these three services are available below.

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