Keeping Children Safe

“Pupils say that they feel safe” – Ofsted, January 2019

As parents your main priority will be to make sure that your children are healthy, happy and safe.

This means more than just making sure they are physically safe, but looking after their emotional and mental well-being. They need to know how to keep themselves safe when they are out, and to ensure they know all about online safety, on social networks, and when using their mobile phones.

If you have any concerns about the safety and well-being of your children please do not hesitate to contact us.

If you have concerns during the school holiday periods you can contact 07707 257698

Please find below some links to websites (click on logos), videos and documents which provide advice and support to help you keep your children safe.

Bullying & Cyberbullying

If you have a problem,

If you need help or advice …

Contact Armthorpe Academy 01302 831582

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