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23/07/21

Retweetd From Safer Schools

Have you heard about OnlyFans? 👀 This popular platform has been making appearances in the news and on TikTok, but it might not be for the best reasons. Take some time to read through our in-depth look at the risks here 👉 https://t.co/SwdKiUdoje

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19/07/21

Retweetd From OrleansHouseGallery

Find out about the Orleans House Gallery summer programme for families here: https://t.co/DgOsJnomWY Explore the exhibitions and grounds, draw with us, and visit the cafe. https://t.co/Te1wU2wRJN

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1417170957538562052

19/07/21

Retweetd From Mental Health First Aid England

As lockdown restrictions lift, remember that it’s OK to feel anxious. Try to think about checking in with yourself or others who may be feeling anxious using our MOT https://t.co/sTHGLIMxDD

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1417165746531151872

19/07/21

It might be outside, being performed in year group bubbles, and with socially distanced family groups spectating but https://t.co/mGGNjDBMRc

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1416090284690128896

16/07/21

Retweetd From Parents' Voice

How can support a child who has had a sexual image or video shared online? If they're under 18, they can use 's & 's Report Remove tool to get it taken down: https://t.co/N5W4npFzqD (info also for 18+) https://t.co/2FE7APNVN4

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1416090022361669634

16/07/21

Retweetd From Richmond Council

We are all looking forward to the warmer weather this weekend, but everyone is reminded that it is incredibly dangerous to swim and jump off the bridge at Teddington Lock. explain why ⬇️ If you see someone in trouble, call 999 and ask for the coastguard. https://t.co/Cgk5HfUD6H

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1415550538398195712

15/07/21

Retweetd From Richmond Police

CHALLENGE SOUTH LONDON 🚨 ALMOST FULL!! Don't let your 14-17 year old miss this FREE event incl. football, climbing, martial arts, fitness training and more! Free food too 🥦🍗 📅 29+30 July BOOK NOW!! LAST FEW SPOTS LEFT!! https://t.co/BHOxVgDd67 https://t.co/6WYzwqCeR7

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1414463811201994757

12/07/21

Retweetd From BookTrust

Dear and - it might not be the result we wanted, but THANK YOU. We know your incredible team spirit, work ethic, inclusivity and compassion will have inspired millions of children and that means everything. Bring on the World Cup ❤️ https://t.co/rdVJxGqupa

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1414250692492079108

11/07/21

Retweetd From Parents' Voice

How can support a child who has had a sexual image or video shared online? If they're under 18, they can use 's & 's Report Remove tool to get it taken down: https://t.co/N5W4npFzqD (info also for 18+) https://t.co/b5SC2mYxRB

09/07/21

Just speak to reception and someone will get back to you.

08/07/21

We are so sorry to hear this. Please contact the school tomorrow so that we can help identify the student.

06/07/21

Parents - please access the website below to find out about this platform. https://t.co/dua3Nos1bE

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1412477504158318595

06/07/21

Retweetd From Safer Schools

We have been alerted to a dangerous platform that is highly likely to expose users to extreme sexual content, including bestiality. If you are a safeguarding professional, parent or carer watch our safeguarding alert below & visit our website for more info https://t.co/EbAskjzAPF https://t.co/TJjWcSFVrn

05/07/21

We were delighted to welcome our new Year 7 intake for their induction day today, having fun and making friends. Can’t wait to see you again in September!

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05/07/21

Retweetd From AfCinfoKingstonRichmond

From Monday 26 July until Friday 27 August, young people and families in receipt of benefits-related Free School Meals will be able to access a regular source of FREE activity groups and nutritious meals over the summer! https://t.co/rsgHzASQbY https://t.co/5YBefeH2QM

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1411014958830215171

02/07/21

Retweetd From AfCinfoKingstonRichmond

FUEL Summer Holiday Club at Richmond Rugby Club. Fun multi-sport activities - Football, Cricket, Rounders, Tag Rugby etc. A cooked lunch will be provided. Free for children aged 5 to 16 years who are eligible for benefits based free school meals https://t.co/H5CIqgu9lt https://t.co/FTLI6cCGLv

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1410661952355983360

01/07/21

Retweetd From DSM Foundation

When Dan was 16, he went to a party and never came home. His story is a compelling reminder of how important it is for parents and carers to have up-to-date information about drugs, which you will find in Fiona’s book ‘I Wish I’d Known’. Find out more: https://t.co/qfHsONe6nI https://t.co/E3hAL729MP

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1410660941574938625

01/07/21

Retweetd From AfCinfoKingstonRichmond

Do you have children living in Kingston & Richmond aged 5 -16 receiving free school meals? Make their summer the best one yet by booking places on the FUEL programme. Free, fun activities over the summer holidays. https://t.co/rsgHzBarAy https://t.co/YVeNlRCwJY

http://www.twitter.com/waldegravesch/status/1410660894590259208

01/07/21

Retweetd From AfCinfoKingstonRichmond

Are you enjoying the Euros? Fulham FC Foundation Kicks - free football session every Tuesday during August from 3 to 7pm. Young people aged 11 to 16. Kingsmeadow Weir Archer Centre. Also hot meals and fun activities. https://t.co/5laQgzdREA https://t.co/iThkSmimfb

Internet Safety

Students are taught about Internet safety on a number of occasions as they progress through the school.  Up to date information and activities for parents and students can be found on the 'Thinkuknow' website by clicking here.

Parents are advised to follow the top tips for supporting their daughter to be safe on the internet:

  • Be involved in your child’s online life. For many of today’s young people there is no line between the online and offline worlds. Young people use the internet to socialise and grow and, just as you guide and support them offline, you should be there for them online too. Talk to them about what they’re doing, if they know you understand they are more likely to approach you if they need support.
  • Watch Thinkuknow films to learn more. The Thinkuknow programme has films and advice for children from five all the way to 16. Your child may have seen these at school, but they can also be a good tool for you to find out more about what young people do online and some of the potential risks.
  • Keep up-to-date with your child’s development online. Be inquisitive and interested in the new gadgets and sites that your child is using. It’s important that as your child learns more, so do you.
  • Set boundaries in the online world just as you would in the real world. Think about what they might see, what they share, who they talk to and how long they spend online. It is important to continue to discuss boundaries so that they evolve as your child’s use of technology does.
  • Know what connects to the internet and how. Nowadays even the TV connects to the internet. Your child will use all sorts of devices and gadgets; make sure you’re aware of which ones can connect to the internet, such as their phone or games console. Also, find out how they are accessing the internet – is it your connection or a neighbour’s Wifi? This will affect whether your safety settings are being applied.
  • Consider the use of parental controls on devices that link to the internet, such as the TV, laptops, computers, games consoles and mobile phones. Parental controls are not just about locking and blocking, they are a tool to help you set appropriate boundaries as your child grows and develops. They are not the answer to your child’s online safety, but they are a good start and are not as difficult to install as you might think. Service providers are working hard to make them simple, effective and user friendly.
  • Emphasise that not everyone is who they say they are. Make sure your child knows never to meet up with someone they only know online. People might not always be who they say they are. Make sure your child understands that they should never meet up with anyone they only know online without taking a trusted adult with them.
  • Know what to do if something goes wrong. Just as in the offline world, you want to help your child when they need it. Therefore, it is important to know when and how to report any problem.
  • You may find this link useful - http://www.whoishostingthis.com/resources/e-safety/