Safeguarding advice for students, parents and carers during schools closure.

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Staying safe online advice for parents, carers and students during school closure


The king john school child protection and safeguarding policy (amendment during school closure)

The King John School emergency safeguarding procedures

Additional specialist support for Essex Welfare Service

Care nav plus briefing for system partners

Care nav plus one pager for system partners

Our Schools Designated Safeguarding Leads



Underpinning the work of The King John School’s safeguarding processes are the following materials which outline the statutory requirements and local authority procedures.

The King John School emergency safeguarding procedures

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy January 2020

Keeping_Children_Safe_in_Education 2019 part 1 and 2

New Safeguarding Partners Arrangements 29th September 2019

The King John School Safeguarding Procedures

Effective Support for Children and Families in Essex July 2017

Prevent Duty Guidance

SET Procedures January 2018

Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018

Child Sexual Exploitation – Information for Parents

Child Sexual Exploitation – Essex Police Video

Child Sexual Exploitation – Information from Essex Police

Coping with Self Harm Guide

Zenith Minds

Help your child be safe online

County Lines Guidance

The number for Essex Victim Support is 0300 303 0165.

Netware is a parents’ guide to the social networks children and young people use. Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today’s digital world.

Staying safe on Minecraft (Parent information)

well-being websites

What to Do if your child goes missing

Supporting children through bereavement –

Useful resources for supporting mental health –

Fake News –

Live streaming: responding to the risks (National Crime Agency/CEOP)

Live streaming is a popular feature of lots apps and platforms. By understanding the risks of live streaming, we can help children stay safe when they are online. ThinkUKnow has produced a guide to help parents understand why live-streaming is so popular, and how to keep children safe. (National Crime Agency/CEOP)

You can find the article here:

Online Safety

Website for Online Safety –

Pokemon Go Parents Guide –

TikTok and child safety: Parent Factsheet – TiKToC factsheet from The Key

Online Safety posters containing information and advice –


Supporting Internet Safety

How to… guides (Think U Know) –

Guides to Social Networks (NSPCC) –