Virtual Safeguarding & e-Safety
We are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for children and adults and promoting a climate where people feel confident about sharing any concerns they may have about their own safety or the wellbeing of others, be this in our physical or virtual schools.
To find out more about this please click HERE to go to our main safeguarding page.
Thurrock Child Well-being Service
Thurrock Council Educational Psychology and School Well Being Services have created a helpline to support Children, Young People, their families and school staff during the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Please click HERE for details.
Screen Time - a Healthy Balance
It's important to maintain a healthy balance between activities online and offline.
Click HERE to try some simple activities to help you.
How to look after your mental health
If it becomes necessary to work or study from home for any length of time, it may be easy to feel 'cooped up'.
Please click HERE for tips on how to keep everyone's spirits up!
Mastering your Virtual School Routine
It can sometimes be difficult to structure your day to support both home learning and well-being. Please click HERE to download a checklist that may help you to organise your day.
Mastering Remote Wellbeing - Advice for Students
Studying from home can be a challenge for some students. It is important to look after your mental and physical health and wellbeing. Please click HERE to find out how to do it!
e-Safety - Internet Matters
Internet Matters are an organisation set up to support parents and carers in keeping their children safe online.
They have produced some documents that give parents and carers the information they need to do this.
Click on the links below to find out more: