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Keeping Children Safe Parent Workshops

At Beaconsfield Primary School we want to ensure that all children are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to live healthy and happy lives and to keep themselves safe. We recognise the importance of working in partnership with parents and carers to achieve this aim. This year we are running a series of workshops about how we teach children to be safe and healthy at school and how parents can build on this learning at home. 

The project aims to inform parents and carers about what is being taught through the curriculum (particularly in PSHE and Computing) and how they can help to keep their children safe in everyday life.

The sessions will be delivered by an external facilitator (in conjunction with our PSHE Leader Mr Chambers) who will be running five parent workshop sessions through the academic year on topics including:  Safeguarding, our PSHE curriculum, Internet Safety and FGM (Female Genital Mutilation).

At the end of the project, parents who have attended 4 out of the 5 sessions, will be awarded a certificate of participation as recognition of this achievement. 

The date of the parent workshops sessions are below (all sessions will take place in the school hall):




What is Safeguarding?

Wednesday 11th January 2023

09:00 – 10:00

PSHE & The Curriculum

Wednesday 25th January 2023

09:00 - 10:00

Internet Safety

Wednesday 22nd February 2023

09:00 - 10:00

FGM - Definition  

Wednesday 22nd March 2023

09:00 - 10:00

FGM - Lesson Taught 

Wednesday 3rd May 2023

09:00 - 10:00


For parents and carers who are not able to attend, the presentations shared during the sessions can be found by clicking the links below:

Workshop 1 – What is Safeguarding? 

Workshop 2 – PSHE & The Curriculum 

Workshop 3 - Internet Safety

Workshop 4 - FGM

Workshop 5 - FGM Lessons Taught


For further information or if you have any questions about the project then please speak to Mr Anthony Chambers (PSHE Leader).