Within school, we regularly talk to the children about how to stay safe on the internet. Below are a range of resources that can help support the ever changing world of the world wide web, social media and devices.
Dear Parents and carers,
In February 2018, Papyrus launched #BedtimeStories campaign. The purpose was to raise awareness of the impact of online bullying and create greater online safety for children and young people.
Sadly, online bullying is a contributing factor for many young people having thoughts of suicide. Over 200 school children die by suicide every year in the UK. Everyone needs to be aware of the impact that online bullying can have on children and young people’s mental health.
Bullying affects young people in many different ways. It can impact on their self-esteem, emotional wellbeing, education and life outside of school. Those experiencing bullying may feel self-conscious, embarrassed, or feel that they aren’t ‘worth’ help. They may feel scared, sad or overwhelmed, and find it difficult to sleep or eat. Many young people who have been bullied find it really hard to ever feel safe or confident in anything they do, leading them to isolate themselves from others and give up the things they enjoy doing.
Please look at the resources below to support your child if they need help. If you have any concerns about your child, please contact any member of the team and remember we are here to help!
Don't go through this alone.
For more advice and information on:-
Follow the link above for the #DITTO newsletter.
SOCIAL MEDIA SITES
Just a reminder to associates of Manor Primary (pupils, parents, governors, staff, etc) as to Wirral Borough Council and Manor Primary School stance on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Associates of Manor Primary are asked not to:-
“use social networking sites as a forum to make derogatory comments which could bring the school into disrepute, including making comments about pupils, parents, other staff members, the senior leadership team, governors, local authority or the wider community.
As any such comments will result in legal advice being sought and further action being taken if deemed necessary.
Staff are discouraged from accepting friend requests from parents and pupils of the school as per Council advice.
In relation to posting photo’s of the school and/or pupils/staff and details relating to the school are covered by the Data Protection and therefore must not be published on such sites to ensure adequate safeguarding (see Data Security and Protection).
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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