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Safeguarding


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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment

Merseyside Police – Top Tips for STAYING Safe Online

May 5, 2016

1. Do not post or give out any personal information that could identify you. This includes your name, your address and pictures or links to your school. Make sure you use the security and privacy features on your social networks, so you only share what you want with who you want.

2. Don’t arrange to meet anyone you’re only ever met online. If your trusted adult says you may go, take them with you and meet in a public place

3. Learn how to block and report people on every chat app. you use. Only add people you know in the real world and don’t get involved in online arguments. Use an avatar as your profile pic, rather than a photo of you. Only post comments and photos/videos you’d be happy for your parents to see

4. Don’t open emails from people / places you don’t know. Only give out your email address to people you know or on official forms. Many viruses, malware and ransomware and other and similar files are spread by emails.

5. Keep all of your devices that connect to the internet secure with the latest security updates and virus protection.

6. Suspicious or abusive activity on the internet can be reported by the following methods: www.IWF.org  (Illegal websites) www.ceop.police.uk/Ceop-Report (advice and make a report) www.beatbullying.org  (anti bullying)

7. Advice for parents and children is available from the following: www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre - www.getsafeonline.org  - www.commonsensemedia.org  (what’s good/safe to see and do; www.vodafone.com/content/parents.html  (for parents) www.parentport.org.uk  (for parents) www.childnet.com  (general advice).