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Worle Village Primary School
Church Road
BS22 9EJ

Tel: 01934 512 200
Fax: 01934 512 200


Head teacher

Mrs Susan Elliott


We take the protection and safety of our children very seriously. Our Safeguarding Policy outlines the procedures and systems in place to monitor the safety of our children. The Headteacher is the Designated Lead responsible for child protection issues. There is also a governor responsible for safeguarding.  We work closely with parents and outside agencies in this matter. All staff receive regular child protection training.  We follow national and local government safer recruitment guidelines.

If the school has any safeguarding or child protection concerns then it will contact the parent or carer. The school has a duty to refer serious concerns to the North Somerset Social Care Team.

Please click here to read our Safeguarding Policy.


Prevent Strategy

From July 2015 all schools have a duty to safeguard children from radicalisation and extremism.  This means the School has a responsibility to protect children from extremeist and violent views in the same way we protect them from drugs or gang violence.

Importantly, we can provide a safe place for pupils to discuss these issues so they better understand how to protect themselves.

Please click here to read about The Prevent Strategy.

Please click here to read our Prevent Policy.

.Prevent Flowchart



Online Safety or Internet Safety is something we take very seriously at Worle Village Primary School.  We actively want to support both children and parents on ways to keep safe online. 

Protecting & Educating Our Children

Our school has a comprehensive Online Safety Policy which underpins all our Online Safety values and practice. As part of the policy we have acceptable use policies for children and adults who use our computers and access the internet. These are signed every year.

They are split into key stage groups:

Foundation - Reception

Key Stage One - Year one and two

Key Stage Two - Year three, four, five and six

All Staff and Volunteers AUP


Digital Parenting Info

We send home the Digital parenting magazine during the year to help parents keep up to date with fast moving world of technology and the implications for Online Safety. Visit the Digital Parenting Website for a wealth of information for parents, carers and even grandparents!

 Online Gaming

 Click on the link below  for advice on Online Gaming.

 Trouble Online Guide


 Click here for a guide for parents of children and young people who have got into trouble online.



Reporting an Online Safety Issue

Ensuring that our children know how to report issues regarding Online Safety is very important and as parents/carers you are often their first line of defence. The children in school know how to report issues to all staff and they also know that they should talk to you if ever there is something they are unhappy with. In E-schools their is a 'Report Abuse' button which the children know how to use. We now also have a report button which both children and you, as parents/carers, can use too if you have an online safety issue that you would like to report to the school anonymously. Simply use the button below:

or text... WOR1 + your message to 07860021584


Useful Websites

These are useful websites that can teach children about e safety and correct internet use:

Visit the new North Somerset Learning Exchange website and follow the links to Online Safety. There is a lot of new information for parents / carers.


Safer Internet Centre UK Think u know