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Keep Yourself Safe

RESPECT

At East Cowton Church of England (VC) Primary School we are proud of our Respect Code.

R is for Relationships
E is for Equality and Everywhere
S is for Standards and Staying Safe
P is for a Positive attitude
E is for Enthusiasm
C is for the right Choices we make
T is for Together

 

Here are some ways we can stay safe

If people say things and hurt others.....

This could be saying bad things, talking about people, calling names, picking on people because they are different, threatening them. It could be not keeping our hands and feet to ourselves, taking things that are not ours.

Tell! A friend and ask them to help you tell an adult.
Tell! The teacher or adult at school.
Tell! An adult you know and trust at home.
Walk away and ignore them
Step in if it is safe, but never fight.

 

E-Safety information for children and parents

This could be if people use ICT, facebook, email and texts to say mean things about people and start rumours.

www.bit.ly/kftgF3 - collection of useful E-safety websites for parents

www.thinkuknow.co.uk - Think You Know (CEOP) a wide range of safety resources for pupils, teachers and parents

www.childnet-int.org/kia/ - Childnet Know IT All - comprehensive resources for schools, children and parents

www.yhgfl.net/eSafeguarding/eSafety - Yorkshire Humberside Grid for Learning E-safeguarding resources for teachers and parents

http://www.cybermentors.org.uk/ - trained online support - cybermentors

www.stoptextbully.com - advice on stopping text bullying

www.bit.ly/kftgF3 - a collection of useful e-safety websites


E-Safety Poems

E-safety poem

Phone safety poem

DS safety poem

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