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Safety Rocks Spring newsletter out soon

Our Safety Rocks newsletter for parents will be coming out after half-term, with information and tips about online safety and how to support children’s emotional well-being and help them deal with anxiety. Pubic Health in Schools have produced a useful list of children’s books that help parents and carers to talk to children about their feelings and issues that might be worrying them.  Safety Rocks spring term edition Emotional Health Book List

Safer Internet Day 2019 “Together for a Better Internet”

This year’s Safer Internet Day (SID) celebrations will take place on Tuesday, 5 February 2019. The campaign is organised by the Safer Internet Centre and this year’s slogan, “Together for a better internet“, is a call to action for all of us to join together and play our part in creating a better internet for everyone, and especially for younger users. There is lots more information and advice at the Safer Internet Centre web-site https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2019 Safety Net is a local children’s safety charity, working with schools … Read more

Free Spring/Summer 2019 Training Brochure now available!

Safety Net are pleased to announce new dates for our Safeguarding and Child Protection, and Wellbeing training courses. Click on the link below to find out more: Spring/Summer 2019 Brochure Courses include: – Introduction to Safeguarding and Child Protection – Safeguarding Lead – Effective Supervision of Staff – Protective Behaviours – Mindfulness for Practitioners – Building and Nurturing Emotional Resilience in Children, Young People and Adults – Reducing Stress in the Workplace – Mindfulness for Busy People

School dates calendar out now!

The popular Safety Net school dates calendar is being delivered out today to primary schools across Brighton and Hove, it features wonderful artwork by local primary aged children on the theme of ‘what friendship means to me’.Safety net calendar 2019

Secondary Safety Rocks newsletter out this week for anti-bullying week

In this edition updates on anti-bullying week and the ‘choose respect’ theme, online safety updates, our young reporter’s articles on Friendship and reflections on starting secondary school, and how mental health champions are helping other young people in secondary schools, also the launch of a new campaign ‘Keep calm and talk’ to help parents talk to young people about drugs, alcohol and cigarettes. SN Newsletter Autumn Term secondary

Latest Safety Rocks newsletter out now

Our Autumn Term edition of the Safety Rocks newsletter for parents is out now. In this term’s edition we focus on the anti-bullying week theme; “choose respect”, read an excellent article by our young reporter Frasier Cox aged 10 on friendship and why it matters; how to cope when your children fall out with their friends as well as online safety tips. SN Newsletter print (3) Children can also enter our drawing competition for a chance to win a £10 Amazon … Read more

Autumn 2018 Training Brochure

The Safety Net training team are pleased to announce lots of NEW training dates for the 2018 Autumn Term. Courses include:

We can also offer bespoke training at your premises if this is something you might be interested in for any of the courses listed above.

Please do take a look at our new  Safety Net Autumn Brochure 2018 to see what we can offer.

And don’t forget: our training room is now available to hire! It’s a lovely, light and bright space offering free Wi-Fi access, on-street parking and access to the Emmaus grounds and cafe.

Any questions please contact the training and marketing administrator on 01273 420973 or email training@safety-net.org.uk. Thanks for reading!