Honley CE (VC) Junior, Infant and Nursery School

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It is everybody's responsibility to make sure children and young people feel safe and cared for. It is important that you know who to speak to if you are concerned about ANY child in or out of school.  Passing on information could help to safeguard young people and should not be seen as interfering.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead at Honley CE (VC) Junior School is the Deputy Head Teacher - Nicolle Burns-Keane,
you can speak to her in confidence about any issues regarding the safety and well-being of children.

If you think a child is being harmed or at risk of being harmed you can call the Children's Social Care - Duty and Advice Team on 01484 456848
or the Emergency Duty Service (out of hours)  01484 414933

Here you will find lots of information about keeping children safe and e-safety. Click the links below to find out all the latest news and useful websites.


Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy


DfE Documentation relating to Safeguarding:

Keeping children safe in education

Working together to Safeguard Children

Information sharing advice

Useful Links

Kirklees Safeguarding Children
Safeguarding Children - DFE Website

Online safety

Online safety is a term which relates to any form of activity or communication through the use of the internet.

We believe at Honley CE (VC) JIN School that online safety is the responsibility of the whole school community and that everyone has their part to play in ensuring all members of the community are able to benefit from the opportunities that technology provides for learning and teaching.

We take online safety very seriously at Honley CE (VC) JIN School. It is essential that everyone knows how to stay safe online and when using technology, we share an esafety bulletin every month with our parents.


Online Safety Policy


Here you'll find lots of useful links to sites that can help you monitor your child's Internet use. Search engines such as Google have 'search settings' buttons which you can alter to restrict searches and filter out inappropriate content for children. This is usually a simple tick box wizard which takes little time to complete. It is advisable to have some kind of parental control software. Some software can be downloaded from the internet for free.

Kirklees Internet Safety - New Government Policy

 Kirklees E-safety information


BBC Webwise

Keeping your child safe online -  Childnet Information and Advice

UK Safer Internet Centre - Advice and Resources

Protecting your child on the internet

Child Exploitation and Online Protection


Social media - stay safe online

NSPCC – Online safety information from the NSPCC charity

CEOP – For the reporting of inappropriate behaviour

ChildNet – Contains advice for children and parents on safety, chatrooms, file sharing, and mobile phones.




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