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Texting 999


Did you know about texting the emergency number to 999 instead of calling?


This is an amazing new service especially for people who are in vulnerable situations (young people/domestic abuse victims) where they are not able to call for help as they may fear being heard or retaliation.


In order to use the service you must REGISTER YOUR PHONE FIRST. 

It takes a whole 1 minute!


Send the word 'register' in an SMS message to 999

You will then receive SMS messages about the service

When you have read these SMS messages reply by sending 'yes' in an SMS message to 999

You will receive a SMS message telling you that your mobile phone is registered or if there is a problem with your registration.


Staying Safe at Home


Many parents, carers and their children will now need to be at home to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Download these useful suggestions for staying emotionally, physically and mentally healthy during this challenging time. We hope this information provides you with helpful ideas you can adopt within the home.


What you should know about The Momo Challenge


Momo is a sinister ‘challenge’ that has been around for some time. It has recently resurfaced and once again has come to the attention of schools and children across the country. Dubbed the ‘suicide killer game’, Momo has been heavily linked with apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube, and most recently (and most worryingly)… YouTube Kids.


Download the guide below to keep your child safe online.


Internet Safety


We held a coffee morning for parents to learn about how to keep their child safe online.  A lot of the parents agreed that the information was very useful.  Here are some of the resources and guidance so you too can learn how to keep your child safe.

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Further resources about how to keep your child safe online:


The Ultimate Parental Guide to Protecting Your Child on the Internet -


Internet Safety:

Caller Smart:  

Child Net:

Maths Doctor:

Net Aware:

Protect Young Eyes:



Have you heard of Pokémon Go?


Here is some advice to help keep you child safe:




Safeguarding your home


There has been an increased number of reported burglaries and attempted burglaries around Tottenham.


Burglary is a serious issue and the police are targeting burglars in London. 


You can take steps to help protect your property.  Here are a few tips:


  • Install a visable security alarm to deter burglars – and use it!

  • Lock all doors and windows wheneven you leave your home – even if you are only going out for a few minutes

  • Lock your shed or garage

  • Install external lights at the front and back of your home – this can make burglars feel vulnerable and at risk of being seen

  • Make sure no valuables are on sight through your windows and letterbox


Click here, to visit the Metropolitan Police site for more advice and helpful tips on how to prevent burglary.


Call your local police on 101

In an emergency always call 999

Burglary Prevention Tip #1: Letterboxes

Met Police Sergeant Tim Bennett explains the dangers of leaving keys and valuable items within reach of letterboxes. For more burglary prevention advice visit:



Safeguard your mobile phone


Having your phone stolen is a hassle. It's not just the handset you lose; it's the numbers, messages and photos too. Thieves are opportunists, so don't make yourself an easy target. Knowing how to protect your mobile and keep it safe will save you a lot of inconvenience and stress.

  • If you're not making a call, make sure that your phone is hidden away
  • Keep it in one of your front pockets or inside a bag
  • Don't attach it to your belt or around your neck
  • If you're making a call on your mobile in a public area, make sure you always keep an eye on what's going on around you
  • Try to avoid using your mobile phone in public at night. If you do have to use your phone, try to find an area that's well-lit
  • Avoid getting out your phone at train stations and bus stops as these are areas that thieves target




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