Keeping Yourself Safe

While attending The Brittons Academy, we want you to feel safe, whether that is walking to school, walking home from school, in lessons and outside lessons. If you have a concern or are concerned about someone else, make sure you tell a member of our safeguarding team.

Safeguarding Team

Mr D Burnett, Designated Safeguarding Lead  mr-burnett

Mr E Cole, Safeguarding Deputy 1 mr-cole

Mrs N Oakins, Safeguarding Deputy 2 mrs-oakins

Mr L Mugombe, Safeguarding Deputy 3 mr-mugombe

Mrs K Seeley, Safeguarding Officer mrs-seeley

Mrs T Whiberley, Support & Guidance Manager (Mandela House) mrs-whiberley
Mrs G Gilbert, Support & Guidance Manager (Moore House) mrs-gilbert
Ms S Ware, Support & Guidance Manager (Shakespeare House) ms-ware
Mrs M Martin, Support & Guidance Manager (Westwood House) mrs-martin

e-Safety at The Brittons Academy

It is important you stay safe while using the internet. You can have a look at the websites below for advice and guidance. We will cover online safety in your ICT and Citizenship lessons.

e-Safety Websites

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)

Think U Know

Sexting

NEVER send nude photos or videos of yourself.  We will cover this in your Citizenship lessons. For guidance, help and advice including a students’ helpline, visit https://kidshelpline.com.au/teens/tips/sexting-and-the-consequences/

Important information

You can also visit the Childline website for more information and guidance.

We Stand Together

Click here to view PDF of ‘We Stand Together’ slide

Stay Safe Online – 5 SMART Rules

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Click here to view PDF of Stay Safe Online poster