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Keeping Safe & E-Safety

Keeping Safe and E-Safety in and out of school:
If you have concerns either in or out of school, staff are here to support you as appropriate. Often a problem shared is a problem halved, and you should not be concerned about seeking advice if you have a problem, however small you believe it to be. We want you to be able to come to school feeling safe, happy and confident as this is how you learn best, so please speak to one of us if you need to.
Your Tutor, Pastoral Leader or in fact any member of staff you feel comfortable in speaking with, will know what to do or who to point you in the direction of should you need help.
You can also click on the following links to find information that may help you, in addition to speaking to us should you choose to do so: - SHARP  - Small Heath School Help Advice Reporting Page System - latest information on mobile and new technologies. - learn about the internet and how to stay safe. - help and advice from Childline. - social media privacy/security advice. - report online material promoting terrorism or extremism. - report suspicious activity to MI5.
When a situation is deemed to be a 'Safe-Guarding' concern, the following staff may be informed and asked to help:
Designated Safeguarding Leaders
Rob Elkington (Lead Governor for Safeguarding and Child Protection)
Monica Nicholl-Pierson (Designated Safeguarding Lead)
Kim Kumar (Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead)