Staying Safe (including Online)…

“​​Nothing EVER goes away once it is posted online”.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility…


Click here to view some of our key Safeguarding policies…

Endon Hall Safeguarding Policy Sept 2018

Safeguarding and Child Protection contacts poster

Endon Hall Safer Recruitment Policy Nov 2018

Endon Hall Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy Nov 2018

Endon Hall Mobile Phone, Camera and Device Policy June 2018

Endon Hall Visitors and Guests in School Policy Nov 2018

Endon Hall Code of Practice for Volunteers

Online Safety…


Be a part of your child’s online life; involve the whole family and show an interest. Find out about the sites they visit and what they love about them. If they know you understand they are more likely to come to you if they have any problems. 

Click on the link below to find out how we teach Online Safety in school…

Endon Hall Online Safety Policy June 2018


Here is an important information leaflet for parents/carers…

Supporting children online – Childnet – Information for parents and carers


​These are the SMART rules we use with children in school, click on the photo below…

There are lots of websites giving advice to help keep children safe in the virtual world. Here are some useful links…

How do you put parental controls on an iPad?


Follow the steps below to make sure your iPad is child-proof:

    – From the Home screen, select ‘Settings’

    – Scroll down and select ‘General’ then ‘Restrictions’

    – Follow the on-screen instructions and select ‘Enable Restrictions’ 

How do I turn on YouTube Safety Mode?


 – On any video page in YouTube, scroll down to the page footer where you will see your current language, location and Safety Mode settings

– Change your Safety Mode setting by clicking ‘On’ and then ‘Save’

– If you have a YouTube account, sign in and then you can lock this feature permanently, so that your account password ​​​​is required in order to unlock Restricted mode

Online Safety Alerts – Think Before you Scare 


The Education Safeguarding Advisor (Online Protection) within the Education Safeguarding Service regularly receives queries from schools in relation to warning parents/carers and young people about the online safeguarding risks they have heard about via the media.

Whilst sharing warning about specific risks, apps or trends is often done with good intentions; it can pose risks. Sharing content, either electronically or otherwise, that is unverified or unrealistic can unintentionally have harmful consequences. Responding to viral stories with a rushed response can cause additional issues.

Although some stories and warnings circulating online may be based on facts, many have been found to be hoaxes, urban myths, “fake news” or are sensationalised. Educational settings and professionals should  think before they share with their communities.

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