Staying Safe

At Shelf Junior and Infant School, keeping children safe and helping them to learn how to keep themselves safe is a priority. School employs a variety of strategies to raise awareness of how we can all help children and young people stay safe. Below are our key policies and information about how to report an e-safety issue.

 E-Safety

The following pamphlet was produced to provide information and support for parents and carers. Paper copies are available from school.

ESafeguarding pamphlet for parents.pdf ESafeguarding pamphlet for parents.pdf
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To find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology, you can follow the link below to the ThinkUKnow website below.



If you come across inappropriate, abusive content on line, it can be reported by following the link below: 

 Safeguarding Children

If you have any concerns about a child's welfare, please contact our Designated Safeguarding Lead (Sian Fenton). If Sian is not available, please speak to our Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (Neil Badrock).  Both receive regular training, support and supervision from the Calderdale Child Protection Service and are trained in the latest procedures for dealing with concerns.

Safeguarding Policy May update 2017.pdf Safeguarding Policy May update 2017.pdf
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