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Stay safe assembly

30 April 2021  |  Jill Lundberg  |  Posted in:

As a school and college, it is our duty to ensure that students are kept safe and are well informed about the risks involved with social media, the use of phones and how organised criminals can target vulnerable students to help them. Mr Braham presented an assembly about the dangers of organised crime and how, following the impact of Covid-19 and the increasing use of social media, it is now more important than ever that students, staff and families are aware of the risks. Please do spare a few minutes to watch the assembly HERE about ‘County Lines’, the term used to describe a form of organised crime where criminals based in urban areas put pressure on vulnerable people to help with transporting weapons, drugs and money throughout the local area.

The assembly and messages are for all students in all year groups as it can happen to anyone. We need to stay safe, be vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

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