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Taking pictures and videos of children and young people’s achievements and activities is a wonderful way of capturing a memory and promoting successes but consideration needs to be given to who might have access to those images.

Please see documents below which include guidance, fact sheets and use of images consent forms.  This guidance has been produced by Dudley Safeguarding Children Board and is endorsed by the Vulnerable Adult Safeguarding Board and Dudley Children and Young People’s Partnership.

UPDATE May 2018 - all consent forms are currently being updated to reflect the new General Data Protection Regulations - anticipated completion June 2018

For more information about e-safety please visit: Dudley Safe & Sound

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  • Use of Images Guidance 7 [pdf / 471KB] This guidance is produced by Dudley Safeguarding Children Board and Dudley Safeguarding Adults Board (currently under review - please see revised 2018 consent forms below. PLEASE DO NOT USE CONSENT FORMS IN THIS GUIDANCE. New guidance will be available by the end of July 2018)
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  • Cyberbullying: Advice for headteachers and school staff [pdf / 187KB] All forms of bullying (including cyberbullying) should be handled as a community issue for the whole school. It is important that schools take measures to prevent and tackle bullying among pupils. But it is equally important that schools make it clear that bullying of staff, whether by pupils, parents or colleagues, is unacceptable.