Behaviour, Safety and E-Safety
Behaviour and Safety
At Up Holland we are proud of the behaviour of our young people.
We aim to;
- Encourage a culture of positive Behaviour for Learning.
- Develop partnerships between the school, families and pupils to support positive behaviour.
- Use effective processes and procedures to ensure that effective learning can always take place.
‘Behaviour for Learning’ posters are prominently displayed in all teaching areas and all staff are familiar with the school’s Behaviour Policy, which can be found in the Policies section of this website under the Information tab on our homepage.
If you have any concerns with regards to bullying or cyber bullying, parents should not hesitate to contact school.
Being safe online is very important to all of us at Up Holland. Our pupils sign a safe email and internet use agreement and e-safety is discussed in assemblies, in form time and through ICT lessons. We know, however, that young people use the internet out of school too whether it be via home computers, tablets or mobile ‘phones and we are committed to ensuring that they are aware of issues surrounding e-safety. We have a Cyber Bullying Policy which can be viewed in the Policies section of this website. In our list of useful links below, you will find more information about keeping young people safe online.
Below are a series of websites covering a range of issues young people may face. These range from e-safety to support with family breakdown and bullying;
www.kidsmart.org.uk – E-safety advice for young people
www.thinkuknow.co.uk – Advice on being safe online
www.bullying.co.uk – Support and advice on bullying
www.beatbullying.org – Cyber-mentoring for young people, by young people
www.relate.org.uk/young-people – Information on counselling and support for young people
www.barnados.org.uk – Support for vulnerable young people
www.nspcc.org.uk – Advice for anyone worried about Female Genital Mutilation
www.childline.org.uk – 24-hour service for young people who need someone to talk to
www.tinyurl.com/pb58b46 – Child sexual exploitation (CSE)
www.tinyurl.com/qgm9nttf – Bullying ‘including cyberbullying
www.gov.uk/domestic-violence-and-abuse – Domestic violence
www.tinyurl.com/pvqh3vy – Drugs
www.tinyurl.com/pegbxlf – Fabricated or induced illness
www.tinyurl.com/d25bvnq – Faith abuse
www.tinyurl.com/k987qr5 – Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
www.gov.uk/forced-marriage – Forced marriage
www.tinyurl.com/pavqq6w – Gang and youth violence
www.tinyurl.com/cx5tby – Gender-based violence/ Violence against women and girls (VAWG)
www.tinyurl.com/c8p7evu – Mental health
www.tinyurl.com/penhe5a – Private fostering
www.tinyurl.com/q4qoyg5 – Radicalisation
www.ceop.police.uk/ – Sexting
www.tinyurl.com/pd57kfs8 – Teenage relationship abuse
www.tinyurl.com/numb7av – Trafficking