Do you sometimes wonder how to talk to your children about alcohol? Public Health Bristol has added a new section to the 4YP for Parents website to support you with this. It gives you information and advice and provides activities that you can share with your children. You can find it all at https://www.4ypbristol.co.uk/for-parents/for-parents/alcohol/
In fact, most teenagers don’t drink alcohol and those who do usually don’t drink it very often, but a new report shows that some teenagers in Bristol drink more than their peers in other parts of England. This can cause problems for their health both now and in the future.
As a parent or carer you are in the best position to help your child stay healthy and safe. Research has shown that it is important for parents to have conversations with their children about the enjoyable side and risky side of drinking alcohol and that this can help children to stay safe. Ideally these conversations should begin before they start drinking, but it’s never too late, and you can still talk to them, even if they are drinking already.
Once you have visited the website and read all the information about alcohol and teenagers, please click on the section called ‘Was this useful?’ to tell us what you think.
You may also find some of the other 4YP pages for parents helpful. You can find them at:
Bristol Steiner School recognises its legal duty under s.175/157 Education Act 2002 to work with other agencies in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and protecting them from “significant harm”. These duties are defined by:
- BSCB Safeguarding Children Procedures http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/children-and-young-people/bristol-safeguarding-children-board
- Working Together to Safeguard Children (2015)
- Keeping Children Safe in Education (2016)
- Keeping Children Safe in Education: Information for all Schools and College Staff (2016)
- Safer Working Practice Guidance (July 2015)
Kindergarten and Junior School policies are available to download below.
- Anti bullying policy KG
- Anti bullying policy
- Anti-radicalisation policy
- Behaviour and discipline policy
- Behaviour policy KG
- Complaints policy
- Confidentiality Policy
- Lost Child
- Missing Pupil Procedure
- Restraint Policy
- Staff Code of Conduct
- Staff Disciplinary Policy
- Staff Recruitment Policy
- Use of Reasonable Force
- Whistle-Blowing Policy
Revised: Feb 2017
For Review: June 2017