At Parkside Junior we are committed to keeping children safe.
Our Designated Safeguarding Leads are:
Paula Whysall (Headteacher) and Jayne Walters (CPSO)
Safeguarding updates 2017
February 7th 2017
Today is Safer Internet Day and in assembly Mr Lloyd told us how to keep safe online.
22nd February 2017
We have ordered copies of Digital Parenting Magazine but in the meantime, parents can read it online: https://parentzone.org.uk/system/files/attachments/Digital%20Parenting%205.pdf
24th February 2017
5 Apps parents need to be aware of.
Just a quick reminder of our safeguarding guidelines for parents:
Miss Whysall talked about safety in assembly today. We discussed dangers and how to keep safe. We know that we can go to any adult in school if we are worried or feeling unsafe.
Safeguarding updates 2015
25th September 2015
Many thanks to all parents for following our safeguarding guidelines:
12th October 2015
Many thanks to PC Rachel Baggaley for her community safety work with the children.
2nd November 2015
Social media, gaming and esafety leaflets now available for parents in our online section of the website.
26th November 2015
Thank you to Mrs Dawson and Mrs Walters for our keeping safe displays in school. Please see our display in the foyer for key names and numbers.
21st January 2016
PC Rachel Baggaley popped into do assembly today. She talked to us about keeping safe in Ashbourne and being good citizens.
22nd January 2016
NSPCC visited our year 5 and 6 children today. They now have a better understanding of how to keep themselves safe.
17th February 2016
Online safety lessons in school this week. The children have watched clips about online dangers. Parents - please check your child's settings on their ipads, phones etc.
17th March 2016
See our online safety section for how to set parental controls on devices. Mr Dell will be running 4 'drop in' sessions for parents who need help with this on: Thursday 14th April at 11am-12pm and 3:30pm - 4:30pm and Tuesday 19th April at 8:30am - 9:30am and 2:30pm -3:30pm. Please protect your children.