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Keeping me safe

Our Safeguarding Officers. We have the special job of making sure you are all safe.

This Young People's Safeguarding Charter makes it very clear, what our children should expect. All of us at South Parade Primary School are totally invested in this charter. 
At South Parade, we have lots of policies to make sure our school is the best that it can be and that everyone knows what to do to make that happen. We have a Safeguarding Policy that every adult who works or volunteers in school, has read and follows. Safeguarding is all about keeping our young people safe, so we have a 'Children's Safeguarding' Policy so you know exactly what you can expect from us. 

Children's Safeguarding Policy

Water Safety

Staying safe online


If you are worried about anything, there is always someone you can talk to in school.

If there is a time when you feel that you need to talk to someone different or school is not open, then you can phone ChildLine - there is someone who will listen / help you any time of the day, seven days per week. 

ChildLine is a private and confidential service for children and young people up to the age of 19. You can contact a ChildLine counsellor about anything -no problem is too big or too small. You can call free on 0800 1111, have a 1-2-1 chat online or send an email.


Keeping safe online

If you at all worried or unsure about something you see or hear when you are online -PLEASE report it using CEOP 'REPORT ABUSE' button on the link below.

There is some really useful information on this THINK YOU KNOW website too. 


SATs time of year can be quite a stressful/anxious time for some of you. Although we try to make it as stress free as possible, here are some useful links if you would like some extra support. Please do talk to someone either at home or school if you are feeling particularly stressed or anxious. There is always someone to help you.