Hi, I had a quick look around and I think this is the best place to post my question/concern. I work in a small secondary school. Our school has been closed since Boris advised thus, and we have been working from home. We are gradually returning (part time) to sort classrooms, and make 'video' calls to students. We have a system in place whereby a list is made of students NOT SEEN in the video calls for the day. These students are then telephoned by staff members, to check on their welfare. My concern is that we have been asked to make these calls using our personal mobile phones, whilst we are at home. I have yet to be added to the rota to make calls, but it is imminent. I have been advised by a colleague that "it is ok" to use our own phones, without blocking our numbers. This means students, and their families and friends, will have our mobile numbers. I am not ok with this. I intend to 'block' my number using the prefix 141 prior to dialling a student's number. But one of my colleagues said the students will not answer if no mobile number is displayed on screen. Some of my colleagues are making calls with their numbers freely displayed. I believe giving our numbers so openly to students and their families leaves us open to all manner of problems. I want to stick to my guns, but I fear reprisals (it is that sort of school). Any advice please?!