Safeguarding Child Protection and Confidentiality Policy
Keeping Children Safe
Setting up a device safely for kids
Children Staying Over and In Your Care - Who Knows Where They Are
Chace Community COVID19 Addendum 3 April 2020
Parent Carer Letter from Met Police
Beware fraud and scams during Covid19_info from Met Police
Safety Card (Instagram)
Safety Card (Snapchat)
Safety Card (TikTok)
Supporting Secondary-aged Children – v2.4
Wellbeing and education
Depaul London – Staying at home (Covid-19)
We are committed to developing Chace as an inviting, purposeful, successful learning community, working together to improve learning and teaching and to raise achievement to enable all our students to meet, with confidence, future challenges. We recognise that 21st Century learners will increasingly learn alongside and with new technologies and we want them to be safe online.
Chace Community School is developing as a flexible e-learning environment where:
- Appropriate and cutting edge resources can be accessed whenever and wherever they are needed, including from home.
- Learning is enhanced by a range of personalised opportunities using ICT both in and out of the classroom.
- Students are e-confident, prepared for the digital age in the workplace and further learning.
We aim to promote online safety by:
- Setting out the key principles expected of all members of the school community with respect to the use of ICT-based technologies.
- Safeguarding and protect the children and staff
- Assisting school staff working with children to work safely and responsibly with the internet and other communication technologies and to monitor their own standards and practice.
- Setting clear expectations of behaviour and/or codes of practice relevant to responsible use of the internet for educational, personal or recreational use.
- Having clear structures to deal with online abuse such as cyberbullying which are cross referenced with other school policies.
- Ensuring that all members of the school community are aware that unlawful or unsafe behaviour is unacceptable and that, where appropriate, disciplinary or legal action will be taken.