Indecent Images of Children – Guidance for Young People
The Home Office has published guidance to help young people understand the law on making or sharing indecent images of children. The guidance includes: definitions of some of the terms used in legislation; examples of situations covered by the law; three short films highlighting the harm that viewing indecent images of children can cause.
Websites/Advice Sheets for Parents
Some links for Newsletters and Websites to help parents and young people on a range of safeguarding issues.
Parents Protect – a website to help parents protect their children against sexual abuse.
Spot the Signs – Advice for parents, professionals and young people on the signs of sexual exploitation and how to keep safe.
PACE – a free online course for parents to equip them with the knowledge to protect their children against sexual exploitation.
Teenage Relationship Abuse – a parents’ and carers’ guide to violence and abuse in teenage relationships.
Sexting – how to talk to children about the risks of sexting, and what you can do to protect them (NSPCC).
Get Advice – CEOP advice on talking to children about sex, relationships and their lives online.
Chat Danger – Advice for parents and carers on keeping their child safe online, including parental controls.
Self-Harm in Young People – Information for parents and carers and anyone who works with young people.
Know the Signs – Information on suicide and self-harm for parents (Samaritans).
Witton Middle School
Please contact our School Office with any enquiries and you will be directed to speak to the right person where possible. You can either call, email or fill out the form on our contact page.