Concerns outside of school hours
We seek to do everything we reasonably can to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students. I am sure you will appreciate that there are limits to this outside of school hours and especially during the holidays.
We would therefore recommend that you….
• Monitor closely your child’s activity on social media. Most of the problems we have to deal with at the start of each term relate to antisocial behaviour that has taken place online during the holidays. If your child is being seriously abused online contact the police.
• Let us know if there have been any issues that we need to be aware of as soon as possible so we can respond promptly and appropriately when school reopens. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to respond to emails etc. out of school hours.
• Contact Social Services if you feel they should be aware of an issue.
You can call the Social Services Central Duty Team on 0116 305 0005 or
make an online referral via the following link
• Contact the police straight away if you believe a child is in immediate danger.
Thank you for your support on this matter.
Mr G. Bellmore
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