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Safety Net

Students at Lomond House in Camberwell and Wyvern House in Uxbridge have been taking forward their sessions about staying safe online. This is such a relevant and important topic to our students, so they have been having open discussions about internet safety and what to look out for. The sessions have been fun and informative, with some friendly competition in the form of quizzes on different types of internet dangers and how to stay safe online.

Our Student Safeguarding Ambassador, Isobel, put together a presentation of useful resources for students and she led a session at Lomond House.

Isobel said “ I really enjoyed leading on this session and helping all my friends.” Thank you so much, Isobel, we look forward to sharing your presentation with more students.

As a result of outstanding teaching, over time students make excellent progress and develop the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals.
Ofsted November 2019

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