Keeping us Safe

Our Safeguarding Team can be contacted at – safeguarding@dagenhampark.org.uk

Anti-bullying & e-Safety

Lost Hours Awareness

School has finished for the day, but do you know what your son or daughter gets up to before they get home?

Grooming into gangs, fighting and stabbing is happening in Barking and Dagenham and we all need to play a part in putting a stop to youth violence. So, please take a minute and ask your children where they are and what they’re up to when not at home.

Have a watch of this film, produced by Barking and Dagenham Council and hear from two local parents who have lost their children to knife attacks.

Brigitte Marsden

Safeguarding Lead

Sharon Hunter

Deputy Safeguarding Lead

E-safety Information

Students in all year groups will be given online safety information and an awareness of types of bullying.

As part of this, all students will know where to access e-Safety resources and report abuse in the e-Safety section of the school’s SharePoint.

As a parent/carer you can view or download the relevant documents.

External Support

‘Let’s Talk About it’ is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.

The Metropolitan Police Service is famous around the world and is the world’s second largest police force after the NYPD in New York.

Education Against Hate offers advice for parents, teachers & school leaders, on protecting children against extremism and radicalisation.

Since 2006, Thinkuknow has been keeping children and young people safe by providing education about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation.

Child Exploiation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) website on internet saftey.
Your online mental wellbeing community.
Free, safe and anonymous support
A friendly group where you’ll gain practical skills and discover new ways to live for a brighter future.

Reporting hate crime