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Family Liaison

Mrs Richardson and Mrs Coupland

 

Hello, we are Mrs Richardson and Mrs Coupland and are the Family Liaison's St Augustine's School

 

Our role is to provide pastoral support to parents/carers and help with any issues that you may have in relation to supporting your children, both at home and in school. We work to encourage parental involvement within school, signpost to agencies (where appropriate) and support children in school. Should you have a personal concern or school related issue, then we are here as a listening ear. We have access to a number of agencies who may be able to provide support to you and your family. Any query, large or small that you may require assistance with, we are here to help.

We liaise with all school staff, always in the best interests of the children and their families. We work impartially and confidentially and can provide a ‘listening ear’ if you ever need advice or support.

 

We can be contacted through School's Dojo, or you can catch us on the playground most mornings. 

Keeping children safe online and peer on peer abuse

 

While school is closed to most pupils we still take our responsibility to keep children safe online and protect them from peer on peer abuse very seriously. We have provided a list of sites below which can offer support and please remember you can contact your class teacher through the Dojo app whilst the school is closed if you have any concerns.

 

www.vodafone.com –has a parents section on their website and produces an excellent Digital Parenting magazine.

www.parentinfo.org - ParentInfo is a collaboration between the National Crime Agency CEOP Command and The Parent Zone. It is a regularly updated and free feed of information, advice and sources of support that schools can deliver to parents and carers - a pipeline of information they can integrate seamlessly into their own websites and use in other formats.

www.nspcc.org.uk – The NSPCC has joined forces with O2 to offer support to parents including some really useful information about the sites young people use www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware - This is a campaign by the NSPCC for parents with children between 8-12. It has some interesting videos to watch and ways to encourage children to be careful about what they share online. 

Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to staysafe online)
Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep theirchildren safe online)
Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their childrensafe online)
LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safeonline)
Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)

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