Headteacher: Andrew Drury
Wanborough Primary School, The Beanlands, Wanborough, Swindon, SN4 0EJ
Tel: 01793 790269 Email:admin@wanboroughprimary.org
Safeguarding and E-Safety
Last updated 27.08.21
Wanborough School Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Procedures →

Swindon Safeguarding Partnership →

Swindon Safeguarding Partnership brings together all the main organisations who work with children and families in Swindon, with the aim of ensuring that they work together effectively to keep children safe.

Letter from Wiltshire Police about knife crime
County Lines Information & Advice

CSE Awareness leaflet →
There are organisations you can contact for support.


Free telephone number: 0800 1111
Or E mail via the website

Calling the number above will connect you to a one to one counsellor, who you can talk to about your worries.

Young Minds

If you need support in a crisis or just need to talk to someone Young Minds are there to offer support.

Parents Helpline 0808 802 5544

More online mental health support


This very useful site with advice on online apps like House Party and such topics as "Helping teenagers cope with lockdown".
More Here...


NSPCC Website→


Support for and reporting of Cyberbullying

UK Safer Internet Centre Hotline

More information Here...

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

For parents and children worried about the way someone has been communicating with you online?
More here...


Free telephone number: 116 123
Visit the website www.samaritans.org

The Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk anytime you like in your own way.

National Domestic Abuse Helpline

0808 2000 247

National Domestic Abuse Helpline


Wanborough School E-Safety Policy→

The Internet, E-Mail, Social Networking, Smart Phones, iPads...

They offer many incredible opportunities to expand our knowledge about the World around us and to communicate with each other. As a school we use these facilities all the time.

But it is important that we all, children, parents, friends, relatives and teachers know how to use information technology effectively and safely.

Watch our very own E-Safety Video.

Follow the links to websites which we think you will find useful, both to report possible abuses and to learn what you can do to help your children stay safe online.

Report Harmful Content →

A new site, 'Reporting harmful online content' is provided by UK Safer Internet Centre and operated by SWGfL(South West Grid for Learning).


This well known child protection charity has teamed up with O2 to bring you useful information and advice. You can also call 0808 800 5002.

Net Aware →

The NSPCC's information about social networks. This gives you detailed information on various social networks, age limits for use (most have a 13+ minimum age) and the likelihood of finding various categories of unsuitable content.

ThinkUknow.co.uk →

A site created by CEOP the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

It includes a very helpful video guide for parents and carers.

Safer Internet Centre →

Information for parents about online safety.