Friday 01st December 2023 is an Inset Day and we welcome pupils back on Monday 04th December 2023
Mental Health is a serious issue with around 1 in 10 children having a diagnosable mental health condition
There are many examples of ways children can be exposed to danger and risk online without proper supervision and guidance
The NSPCC defines child criminal exploitation as “child abuse where children and young people are manipulated and coerced into committing crimes”
We work proactively to prevent all forms of bullying and work with pupils and parents to educate and support all issues around this issue
The PDSCP has a role in ensuring the effectiveness of safeguarding arrangements in Dorset
You may be facing an unexpected change in circumstances, or things could have been building up for a while. Help is available from BCP.
No one should suffer abuse at home.
Terrorism can occur anywhere in the world with atrocities carried out in support of various ideologies
As part of our curriculum we educate pupils about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. For advice and guidance please visit the FRANK website
The Family Information Directory has guidance for parents about questions to ask when looking for a club or activity for their child.
Addressing the Pressure to be Perfect toolkit – for parents. Explore to support young people
Female genital mutilation refers to procedures that intentionally alter or cause injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons