Keeping Children Safe

Everyone at Broadway works hard to ensure our curriculum maximises on opportunities to develop every child’s understanding of how to assess risks and keep themselves safe. We provide many Parent/Carer information events about this work so that you can work confidently in partnership with us to reinforce these important messages.

Here are some examples of the many safety messages we include within our curriculum:

Internet safety

Road safety

Bike/scooter safety

Safe playtimes and how to risk assess play

Safe use of medicines and drugs

Stranger danger

Healthy eating

The dangers of smoking

The dangers of alcohol

Relationship and Sex Education – Broadway has invested in Jigsaw, a scheme of work for teaching of Personal Social and Emotional Education (PSHE) which is also used in our partner Junior school.

 

It is also important that children feel emotionally safe in school. Part of the school’s PSHE provision is to take part in anti-bullying week each year.  If as a parent you feel that you need more advice on this subject you are welcome to come into school to talk to your child’s teacher or the Headteacher.  There are also several useful websites:

http://www.bullying.co.uk/advice-for-parents/

https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/tools-information/advice-parents

 

 

Examples of Parent/Carer events that you will find useful:

How to keep your child safe when they use the computer

Relationship and Sex Education Curriculum Information

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