North Leigh C of E Primary School
North Leigh C of E Primary School
North Leigh C of E Primary School
Parent Information: Safeguarding Children & E-Safety

We recognise that North Leigh CE Primary School has a clear duty (upheld by law) to ensure arrangements are in place for safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of our children; and that only children free from physical and emotional harm will develop to realise their full potential and entitlement.

All members of the school community aim to establish and maintain a safe and stimulating environment where children can feel secure; are safe from physical harm; are encouraged to talk to adults they can trust; and are listened to.

Through training, all staff are able to recognise the signs of abuse and understand their responsibilities when a child may be at risk of harm. Training of all staff is updated regularly in line with national guidelines and our designated teachers for child protection are Elizabeth Mason, Claire Hague and Emma Cuthbertson.

Mrs Elizabeth Mason
Acting Headteacher
North Leigh C of E Primary School Staff
Mrs Claire Hague
Pastoral Lead
North Leigh C of E Primary School Staff
Miss Emma Cuthbertson
Class Teacher
North Leigh C of E Primary School Staff

All staff are responsible for recording and passing on any concerns which are collected and reviewed by the designated staff, who in turn ensure that children generating concerns are monitored and where necessary, that concerns are passed on to the appropriate social care agencies. We also commit to working in partnership with external agencies in order to support and protect children. Similarly, if you as parents have child protection concerns about any child, please speak to Mrs Mason, Mrs Hague or Miss Cuthbertson.

While we always strive to work confidentially and in partnership with parents, it should be noted that, where there are concerns relating to the safety of a child, in some situations, it is necessary to share information with other agencies and authorities without parental consent.

In line with the 'Safer Recruitment' guidance, all staff, including volunteers who have access to children, in our school have been carefully selected and screened and all have had enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks. Should allegations be made against members of staff, we will follow LA guidance in dealing with them. This guidance ensure that the safety of the child is paramount.

The school's full Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy is available to parents and carers online or via the school office.


North Leigh Primary School provides a diverse, balanced and relevant approach to the use of technology. Children are encouraged to maximise the benefits and opportunities that technology has to offer. We ensure that children learn in an environment where security measures are balanced appropriately with the need to learn effectively. Here at North Leigh, we aim to equip children with the skills and knowledge to use technology appropriately and responsibly. We teach children how to recognise the risks associated with technology and how to deal with them, both within and outside the school environment.

The Internet use is part of the statutory curriculum and a necessary tool for learning. Internet access is an entitlement for children who show a responsible and mature approach to its use. Internet is a part of everyday life for education, business and social interaction. The school has a duty to provide children with quality Internet access as part of their learning experience. Our children use the Internet widely outside school and need to learn how to evaluate Internet information and to take care of their own safety and security.

Advice on cyber bullying
E-Safety Policy
E-Safety Policy Appendix H - Parents Seesaw GDPR Consent
E-Safety Policy Appendix I - Seesaw Privacy, Safety and Security

Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about how to continue to support your child staying safe online. Here are some of the latest resources for parents, supporting conversations with our children on this year's theme: Exploring respect and relationships online.

Every year, we use Safer Internet Day resources and teaching materials with the children in school. A gallery of their work will be coming to this page soon.
North Leigh C of E Primary School Staff
Conversation Starters
Family Activities
Family Online Safety Plan
Organisations and Resources for Parents and Carers
North Leigh C of E Primary School Staff

Safe user agreements
Acceptable user agreement Foundation/ KS1
Acceptable user agreement KS2 Part 1
Acceptable user agreement KS2 Part 2

Age appropriate Guidelines for parents
Age appropriate guides: 0 to 5 years
Age appropriate guides: 6 to 10 years
Age appropriate guides:11 to 13 years

Internet Matters Resources: Advice and support for parents
Grandparents' guide to online safety
Helping your child stay safe in the digital world
How to create a great environment for kids to talk e-safety at home
Parents' guide to discovering digital at Primary School
Parents' guide to Live Streaming and Vlogging
Parents' guide to moving to Secondary School - Online safety tips to support children
Set up devices safely - simple checklist
Six tips for keeping children safe while online gaming
Top Internet manners

Weblinks for further information for parents:
123ICT Online Safety Parents' Handout

North Leigh C of E Primary School
North Leigh C of E Primary School
Park Road
North Leigh
OX29 6SS
01993 881525