Anti-bullying

At Sir Thomas Fremantle Shool, we take bullying of students and staff extremely seriously. We are committed to ensuring that the school is safe for all members of our community and will treat any breaches of our policies extremely seriously. By clicking the image below you will see the results of our latest (April 2014) student survey which shows that students are pleased with our approach to anti-bullying and many other aspects of their school experience. 

e-safety

 
 
 
 
Students in Year 7 participating in an e-safety talk delivered by PC Brigenshaw for Thames Valley Police. Year 9 also attended a PSHCE session led by PC Brigenshaw, focusing specifiically on sage and responsible use of social networking, including sharing of photos. Students were enouraged to check and lock down all social networks to 'friends only' settings.    

With students now having even greater access to the e-media, we are dedicated to ensuring that their experience of the internet and mobile technology is a safe one. The Police Schools Liaison team visit us annually and talk to students about e-safety. This is followed up with additional small group sessions and a parent information evening. The attached booklet, produced by Vodaphone is an excellent resource to help parents understand the risks currently facing young people. It also gives excellent advice on how to limit these risks. As a school, we would encourage all parents to momitor their children's internet use and mobile phone use regularly.     

iPad Agreement

Hand Held Electronic Devices (HHED) Policy

ICT & Internet - Acceptable Use Policy

CEOP Video - Click on the link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IOOn2wR8bU

R-U-Safe? Barnardos
R-U-Safe? are the local Buckinghamshire support service and work with schools and young people to promote healthy relationships, reduce risky behaviour and increase self-worth and self-esteem so as to raise young people’s aspirations and enable them to make positive choices for the future. This includes encouraging and supporting young people to exit harmful relationships.
 
Sexual Exploitation Support - Bucks CC (Click on link below)
 
Other useful sites