Safeguarding

Designated Safeguarding Professionals

Francis Bray

Francis Bray

Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL)

francis.bray@
rsbinvestigations.com

Cynthia Quarshie

Cynthia Quarshie

Deputy DSL

cynthia.quarshie@
rsbinvestigations.com

Sarah Key

Sarah Key

Staff Wellbeing Lead

Thahmina Begum

Thahmina Begum

Deputy DSL

Sahdia Fayyaz

Sahdia Fayyaz

Deputy DSL

Stacey Goyan

Stacey Goyan

Deputy DSL

Samantha Cole

Sam Cole

Student Manager

Thomas Leather

Thomas Leather

Deputy DSL

Contact

Please send all safeguarding correspondence to:

Useful Documents

Safeguarding Procedures 2021-22

How We Keep Children Safe at Forest Gate Community School

Online Safety

Cyber-Bullying Safety Tips

Relationship Education

CME Protocol

Policies

Anti-Bullying Policy

Child Protection, Safeguarding and Early Help Policy

Keeping Children Safe Online

The online world is integral to how children stay in touch with their friends, and access to the internet is now available like never before. However, there are inherent risks associated with new technologies and it is essential for young people and their parents/carers to understand how to reduce these risks.

Forest Gate Community School have appointed a team of 18 staff members who are trained by NSPCC to support and advise our students on keeping themselves safe online.

A list of Keeping Children Safe Online (KCSO) Advisers and their photos are displayed on our safeguarding notice board in school.  If you are a student please speak to any of the KCSO Advisers about any concerns or worries. You can also speak to your HOL who will direct you to one of the KCSO advisers.

Below are a number of links to different websites which give advice to parents/carers and young people on how to stay safe online. Please take some time to look through them.

Useful Websites

Operation Encompass

NSPCC have launched their Net Aware app to give parents the tools and knowledge to access advice on the go. This is the only guide for parents where social networking sites and apps aimed at children are rated by parents, helping them make an informed decision about which is most appropriate for their child at different ages.

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is part of UK law enforcement.

A non-profit organisation working with others to “help make the Internet a great and safe place for children”.

Facebook's own page explaining its privacy settings to users.

A UK based Website offering factual and easy-to-understand information on online safety.

A Guide to Internet safety and safe surfing. The information on the site is targeted at all different age ranges as well as advice for parents / carers and teachers The site is run by CEOP.

Chair of Community Schools Trust Details

For all urgent enquiries please contact Zubaydah Tasnim, Headteacher's PA on or email zubaydah.tasnim@rsbinvestigations.com


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