A Year 6 comment about our school...
"Bodsham is a very good school where it lets children flourish and be themselves.
This school provides extremely good education for all ranges of children." – Daisy
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E-Safety (Keeping Safe Online)
Please see the links below to our e-safety policy and various pages linking you to a selection of websites that my be useful to you. They are rich in content with useful guidelines and other extremely important general and legal information and procedures all parents and pupils should be aware of.
CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) delivers a multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the abuse and exploitation of children in the 'real world' and the 'e-world'. Young people and parents can get support on a range of issues such as viruses, hacking and dealing with bullying online. They can also report someone who is acting inappropriately.
The Think U Know website is divided into 5 areas:
8-10 (Key Stage 2 Resources)
11-16 (Key Stage 3 and 4 Resources)
Parents/Carers (Free resources and monthly emails for parents/carers)
CEOP works as part of the Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT), which is made up of law enforcement agencies, non government organisations and industry from around the world to help protect children from online child abuse and other forms of transnational child sexual exploitation.
The objectives of the VGT are:
• to make the internet a safer place
• to identify, locate and help children at risk
• to hold perpetrators appropriately to account
Reports made to CEOP or VGT through the ‘Report Abuse’ buttons can be answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from around the globe. The report abuse button can be used to report inappropriate or potentially illegal activity towards a child. It can be found on many websites.
Website and hotline where members of the public can report images of child abuse (from anywhere in the world), criminally obscene content hosted in the UK, and criminally racist content hosted in the UK.
A partnership of leading children's charities who work with the government and child protection agencies to promote public education and prevent child sexual abuse.
A one-stop-shop for reliable up-to-date information about online safety.
Accessible information and resources for Parents, Children and Young people: