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Safeguarding and Online Safety


If you have any concerns regarding a child please message the school office at and ask for a Safeguarding Lead to get in contact. The Safeguarding Leads are Charlotte Scott (HT), Laura Bell (DHT) and Sarsa Moore (DHT).

If you are concerned about a child who may be in danger and the school is not open and you cannot make contact with a member of the senior team or the DSL, you can contact social services for support using the following methods:


Telephone: 03000 411 111

You call also report concerns via the NSPCC on 08088005000 or

Online Safety

The world we live in is changing rapidly and technological advancements are at the heart of this. We know that the use of the internet, mobile phones, Apps and games are rapidly becoming the norm and children have access to them from a young age. At Wilmington, we believe in equipping children with the skills to use technology safely to ensure that they are digitally responsible.

At our school, online safety is taught as part of our curriculum. We have dedicated lessons and assemblies to promote responsible internet use, as well as talking to the children about ensuring their use of technology is safe.

We have included links to support children, parents and carers with online safety concerns. Any further concerns please speak to the safeguarding leader Mrs. Scott.

The organisations below provide useful online safety resources.



Digital parenting