Anti-Bullying & E-Safety
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 following guides:
- RM Education – E-safety: A parent’s guide.
- e-Safety factsheet for parents.
- InternetMatters.org – Helping Parents keep their children safe online.
Applying for free school meals
To apply for free school meals , travel, bursaries and other means tested financial support, please visit the Barking and Dagenham Financial support for pupils and students, page
If you have a child aged 13-19 they have the opportunity to represent their school on the Barking and Dagenham (BAD) Youth Forum. The Youth Forum is a great way for them to make improvements to their local community by running campaigns and raising awareness of issues facing young people, getting the opportunity to speak to local councillors, and their local MP, as well as meeting new people and gaining new skills along the way. It’s also a great addition to a personal statement for university applications, apprenticeships and jobs.
Explore the BAD Youth Forum
Healthy Lifestyles Team - Sport and Physical Activities
If you are experiencing financial difficulty, find online support on Barking and Dagenham Money website.
It will show you ways to deal with debt and money struggles.
It offers guidance on lots of different money worries. For example, it can help with utility costs, emergency support or family care advice.
There are great tools like a benefits calculator to check what you are eligible for, or a loan calculator, a debt test, and a debt advice locator.
Click the image to go to their website and find out more.
Free Holiday Activities