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Keeping Children Safe Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Keeping Children Safe

and you are not cross with them Act to keep your child safe Seek advice – you can contact School. difficulty Have low self esteem Not attending school regularly Unlimited, unsupervised internet

Gangs Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Gangs

. They want to gain status, and feel powerful. They’ve been excluded from school and don’t feel they have.; A rise in skipping school. Multiple mobile phones. Your child's friends may change suddenly. but there are reports of seven year olds being 'groomed' into county lines.  Primary school children are seen. can be groomed into county lines. However, those from poor households, who often  skip school. in positive after school/weekend activities.  Get to know their friends.  Always know where your

Knives Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Knives

and will search someone if they believe they are carrying a knife. Police and school staff can also search young people for weapons at school. Carrying a knife could mean being arrested, going

Taking Drugs Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Taking Drugs

running during the school holidays. It’s understandable that you may want to give your child more freedom. happy with. For example you could explain why a good bedtime routine on school nights is good for them

E-Safety - Younger Children Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Online > E-Safety - Younger Children

name, age, school or address If your child gets an ‘uh-oh’ feeling in their tummy about something

E-Safety - Older Children Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Online > E-Safety - Older Children

full name, age, school or address. Trust your instinct - If your child gets an ‘uhoh’ feeling. or report it. Be nice to people, the same as you would in school or out and about. Staying Safe Online. people, like school nurses and mental health specialists, to provide solutions, support

Drinking Alcohol Home > Staying Safe > Staying Safe Around Others > Drinking Alcohol

and there are also groups running during the school holidays It’s understandable that you may want to give your

Eating Disorders Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Eating Disorders

to them. They have experienced sexual abuse. They may be having difficulties at home or at school. Wearing baggy or unsuitable clothes to hide their weight loss. Avoiding PE at school where they may have. to speak to your child’s Head of Year or teacher, to see what support they can offer in school. You can

Self-Harm Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Self-Harm

 of what might help them most. Talking to your child’s school can help widen your child’s support., developed with input from young people, parents and school staff. It has been funded by Public. school nurses and mental health specialists, to provide solutions, support and understanding