Child Exploitation and Online Protection command
Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online? Visit the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command website: https://www.ceop.police.uk/
The Sharp System website is a way for students to raise concerns – about bullying or anything else – to us, and do so anonymously if they wish. We take bullying very seriously and will act on all reports.
Sam Learning Go!
Centre ID = B30BS
User ID: your date of birth and your initials
is the username for Jess Slade, born on 3 June 1994
this is the same as your username until you change it (which would be sensible to do after the first log on)
Educate against, Extremism & Radicalisation
This website gives parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.
Advice on Sexual Exploitation
This website gives young people, parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice and information about sexual exploitation, the risks along with help and advice.
At Bournville School and Sixth Form Centre, we teach our students how to use modern technologies appropriately to support their learning across the curriculum. The internet can provide a world of opportunities to those who use it securely. Whilst pupils are using technologies at school there is a variety of software that runs in the background, designed to help keep students safe.
It is essential that students learn how to keep themselves safe whilst using the internet and students at Bournville learn about ‘e-safety’ regularly. However it is also important that parents and carers understand the importance they play in this role. Below you will find links for both students and their parents / carers about how to keep safe on the internet.
Free School Meals
Bournville has introduced an online system to apply for free school meals. This is part of a wider scheme currently being rolled out across schools in the region. There are many benefits to the online service:
- There are no paper forms to complete and return
- The automated system with notify Bournville if you are eligible
- There is no need to supply evidence to support your application
- It is a secure and confidential process
- There is one application; you do not have to renew your entitlement each year
To apply online please click on the following link: www.link2ict.org/fsm
In order to complete the online application you will need your national insurance number or national asylum support service reference number and your child’s date of birth.
You will only need to apply once for each child for the entire time they are at Bournville, and the process is both quick and simple.
If you have any queries or need any further assistance in completing your application, please contact Bournville on 0121 475 3881 and ask for Miss A Mills