Slade Lane, Abbotskerswell, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 5NS
Abbotskerswell Primary School is also commited to keeping children safe online.
Our E-Safety Lead is Mr Tim Hughes.
All children at Abbotskerswell Primary School sign an 'Acceptable Use Agreement':
Abbotskerswell Primary School is commited to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment.
Around the school you will see our safeguarding information posters clearly displayed. On the posters you will find the following information along with photographs of our Designated Child Protection Officers:
If you are concerned about a child's welfare, report this as soon as possible the same day to either:
Senior Designated Child Protection Officer - Mr Tim Hughes
Deputy Designated Child Protection Officer - Miss Lisa Walsh
Child protection is everybody's responsibility and all people in the school community have a duty to act on any concern.
Download our policy for more information about Safeguarding and Child Protection at our school:
You can also visit the website 'Devon & Torbay Safeguarding Children Boards' for guidance and support on child protection related concerns including child sexual exploitation:
All parents and guardians at Abbotskerswell Primary School choose how digital media of their children are used online:
Download our policy for more information about E-Safety at Abbotskerswell Primary School:
More information on E-Safety for both parents and children can be found on the following websites:
Please use this form to report any online issues, problems or concerns related to our school website or online profiles.
If the issue is urgent please also telephone the school office:
You can use this form to request the removal of any digital media from our school website or online profiles that contains either yourself or your child. This includes pupils and parents who no longer attend our school.
Please also let us know if any of our links, documents or games are no longer working.
A group of children worked with a visiting film maker to create these series of illustrated stories about being SMART online. By creating the characters 'Geoff the Good Snake' and 'Fizzy the Bad Unicorn', they have drawn real-life situations to explain the five key areas of staying SMART and safe online.