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We are a Safe School

The Designated Officer for Child Protection is Mr Richards(Headteacher) and the Deputy Designated Officer for Child Protection is Mrs Pearce (Deputy Headteacher). The Governor responsible for Child Protection is Mrs Pessell. 


Parent online safety information evening.

Thank you to Karl Hopwood for an interesting and informative parent's session. For a summary of the talk please click here or visit our "We are a safe school page".

For any further information or leaflets please see Mrs Lock.


Working together to help prevent abuse and keep children and young people safe.

The NSPCC offer a wide range of resources to help parents, carers and others members of the community, to ensure that they are able to meet their safeguarding responsibilities:

NSPCC Helpline – Parents , carers and members of the public can contact the NSPCC helpline whenever they’re worried about a child by calling 0808 800 5000, emailing, texting 88858* or contacting us online at helpline. The helpline is free, available 24/7 and calls can be made anonymously. This service can also be used for general advice and guidance

Need-to-Know Guides - Further information on a range of issues can be accessed through a series of guides. These include leaving children home alone, holding babies safely, and spotting signs of abuse and neglect.

PANTS – The Underwear Rule: Talking PANTS teaches children important messages, like their body belongs to them and they should tell an adult if they're upset or worried. Using age appropriate language, PANTS allows parents to have difficult conversations around sexual abuse without even mentioning the word ‘sex’.

ShareAware: The internet is a great place for children to be and ShareAware makes it safer. ShareAware provides straightforward, no-nonsense advice to help untangle the web and empowers parents and cares to have conversations with their children about staying safe online and through social media

NetAware: Net Aware is an online tool that informs parents about the social networks, apps and games that children might be using. We looked at the frequency of inappropriate content, how robust and easy to find the privacy settings are, and why children like using the sites. We regularly update Net Aware with new apps, and parents can sign up to Net Aware newsletters to keep up with digital trends.

NSPCC/O2 Online Safety Helpline: This helpline provides practical, technical advice including parental controls on electronic devices, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks, and information about online gaming. 0808 800 5002

The new online game Pokémon Go is taking the world by storm at the moment. There have been some very well publicised issues with safeguarding around  this game. Please take a minute to read the NSPCC advice HERE and make sure that your child keeps themselves safe, especially now the summer holidays have arrivedEnter text...

Click below for a fantastic child friendly website about

For information regarding the following please click the link.

 Fire safety in the home

Safety in the sun 

Young people and Social networking 

Please click HERE to see our latest letter regarding Social media

Further to recent Wiltshire Police information, please click HERE for up to date advice on Sexting 

Look at this fantastic song Kingfishers are learning about staying safe on the Internet...



To view our policies please click here

 To view copies of Digital Parenting online please click below

Special Edition

"Feeling baffled by your child's digital world?"

 Click here  to access our latest Child Protection Leaflet.


Some useful ideas on (e)Safety including suggestions for "Digital Resolutions" for 2015.

Click on the Parent Zone picture to find out more.

Children at Bemerton St John use the Internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. Technology enhances learning, and we want to ensure pupils get the most from it, by encouraging responsible online behaviour. 

 In school, we use a filtering system to prevent children accessing inappropriate sites. We also have regular 'e-safety' activities to remind children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online.

 At home, sometimes children can be given unsupervised access to the Internet. This, potentially, allows them to access all kinds of society (both good and bad) and bring them virtually into their homes. Here are some tips and useful links to help you to keep your children safe online.

They are great fun to explore, so why not browse through them with your children?or / Lee & Kim 

Click on the pictures to explore Hector, Lee and Kim helping children aged 5-7 to use the Internet safely.





KS2 children can use the cybercafe to explore different forms of technology safety.



The BBC have set up this great site

to help you to stay safe online. There

are videos, games and interactive activities to try!


This site, from Disney, will help you to stay safe on the Internet

For the latest Government guidance on cyberbullying, please click here


As part of our commitment to our community we have taken part in local outreach. Please click here to view the presentation.

The following websites are a great source of e-safety information;



If you have any concerns or issues you would like to raise regarding any aspect of online safety, please use the form below.