We want all our students to be safe over the holiday so there are a few things we would like you to be aware of. We have spoken to our local police officers and they have highlighted that in recent weeks there has been an increase in young people climbing on buildings to try to get on the roof and also fires being lit. Please make your child aware of the obvious dangers of both of these anti-social behaviours and please inform the police if you see other young people getting involved in either of these.
Social media can be a concern with your child having more free time on their hands. We advise that you sit down with your child once a week and check what is on their phones and other electronic devices. Should you see or become aware of any issues regarding e-safety, there is a section on our website gives a wide range of advice and organisations to contact. http://www.ivanhoe.co.uk/protecting-your-child-online
We have recently sent you information changes to Snapchat that have raised safeguarding concerns. Following the new update from Snapchat please ensure your child is in ‘Ghost Mode’. For more information click this link https://myeds.co/f/6b6d0275d84d
Should there be other issues or concerns, don’t forget there is a section on our website to support parents and carers. Full details can be found by clicking here http://www.ivanhoe.co.uk/advice-for-young-people-directory
We hope that both you and your child have a safe and happy summer.
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