On Monday 23 March, Heron Hall Academy becomes the 'CHAT Hub school' for keyworkers from Heron. Key workers from Cuckoo, Woodpecker, Kingfisher and Enfield Heights have a Hub School at Kingfisher. Children should ONLY attend if it is absolutely necessary and you have NO OTHER OPTIONS. If we can support any of our families please see our Helping Families web page.

Staying safe online

Talking to your child - openly, and regularly - is the best way to help keep them safe online.

You might find it helpful to start with a family discussion to set boundaries and agree what's appropriate. Or you might need a more specific conversation about an app or website your child wants to use or something you're worried about.

Safety resources for parents

•    Parentzone: The experts in digital family life. Find out more here
•    UK Safer Internet Centre: Tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online Find out more here
•    Childnet: Information and advice for parents and carers on supporting young people online. Find out more here
•    NSPCC: Keeping children safe. Find out more here
•    CEOP Thinkuknow: Help your children get the most out of the internet. Find out more here

Internet Watch Foundation

Their remit is to remove:

- Child sexual abuse content* hosted anywhere in the world.

- Non-photographic child sexual abuse images hosted in the UK.

Find out more here.

- Eliminate child sexual abuse images online.

- Help victims by removing images of child sexual abuse from the internet.

- Make the internet a safer place for everyone to use.

- Protect our Members’ services and brands from misuse.

You can anonymously and confidentially report child sexual abuse content here

Online safety poster - summary

Parents can download a handy poster with a summary of how they can help to keep their children safe online here.

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