Tiptree Heath Primary School is commited to safeguarding everyone in our community.  We promote the welfare of our students, supporting their moral, social and cultural development.  The children are taught our shared British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutal respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs.

Safeguarding Policies and Guidance

Working Together to Safeguard Children

Keeping Children Safe in Education DfE guidance - September 2022

Child Protection Policy September 2022

Online Radicalisation Guidance for Parents - June 2020

Click here to see more of our school policies.


 Teaching Safeguarding at Tiptree Heath

Teaching Safeguarding at Tiptree Heath - this document explains how we teach children how to keep themselves safe.

Working to Prevent Peer on Peer Abuse at Tiptree Heath - We take this topic seriously and have identified strategies that we use to support and educate children in school. 


Click here to visit Act Early website, with support to prevent children and young people being drawn into radicalisation.


If you are a child worried about something that is happening, please come and speak to a trusted adult in school. If you would rather speak to someone over the phone, contact the NSPCC. For help for children and young people, call them on 0800 1111. 


Safeguarding your child online

Click the logo links to use these resources or go to our Online Safety page to find even more ways to help your children stay safe online.

Net Aware - Your guide to social networks, apps and games.


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CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection). If you have been a victim of online abuse or you're worried this is happening to someone you know, use this site to report it safely and securely.


Childnet · Internet Matters. Access toolkits to help you keep your children safe online.


Contact NSPCC
NSPCC  Parent Information. A range of resources to use with children to help them understand staying safe online.


Safer Internet Day 2019 - hundreds of organisations get involved. 
The latest tips, advice and resources to help children and young people have a safe and positive time online