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Designated Safeguard Leads

Mr Leigh Brown

Designated Safeguard Leader



Mrs Debra Healy

Deputy Designated Safeguard Leader




Safeguarding is the responsibility of all staff.

Online Safety

At Nields we are fully committed to keeping our staff and pupils safe when online and acknowledge this as a major part in school safeguarding procedures. As a community we value the opportunities provided by the internet and other technologies that are used in everyday life but at the same time we educate our children about the risks and highlight the steps we need to take to avoid them both in and out of school. Our Online Safety Lead is Mr J Toon, who works in close partnership with the Leadership team. As staff we have worked hard to ensure that online safety awareness is taught during assembly times and as part of our computing curriculum in classes. Our expectations for responsible and appropriate conduct are set out in our Acceptable Use Policies (AUP) which we expect all staff and pupils to follow. All children have taken one of these home to read with parents. Without parental signatures, children are not allowed to use the internet unattended.

If you have any concerns and it is important to us here at Nields that you alert us to such, that you come in to speak to Mr Toon or a member of staff with regard to any online issues so that they can be dealt with promptly.

  • Please click on the link below to view our Online Safety Policy.

Online Safety Policy

  • For further information and any concerns please click on the links below



  • Please click on the link below to see how online safety fits in with our computing curriculum.

ICT Framework

  • For more information on Online (Internet) Safety please click on the following links:

Parent Zone are working with Google on this major initiative to raise awareness of internet best ractices. we have had them in school and an interactive assembly with Yrs 1-6 took place on 2/7/18. Please click on this link for information about it,  https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com

This is  a good site for you to look at with your child/children: 


  • Other useful sites are:

A guide to the Social Networks your kid uses, sites, apps and games with information about them and the age restrictions: https://www.net-aware.org.uk/#





https://educateagainsthate.com/ This website gives practical advice and information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.

8th April 2019 - Please click on the link below with regards to the Tik Tok app rated 12+


Please click on the link below with regard to the  'Momo Challenge', which has been identified as an alleged form of cyberbullying that spreads through social media and cell phones.


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