We believe the Internet offers a valuable resource for teachers and children, but it is recognised that there are risks and therefore must be used safely and responsibly.
Preparing our children for a successful and safe online future is a key priority.
Mr Light is our CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) Ambassador and can be contacted if you have any questions or concerns regarding internet safety.
Monthly E-Safety Information
The latest E-Safety information guide is now online (Roblox).
You can download it, as well as previous guides here.
School E-Safety Committee
We have an E-Safety Committee in school comprising staff, parent and child members. The Committee has created an Internet Safety Leaflet. A paper copy of the leaflet has been given to every child in school. It is a good idea to read through it with your child/ren. The leaflet can be accessed by clicking below:
Useful External E-Safety Websites
The following sites provide lots of information on internet safety, as well as guidelines to ensure that your children use the internet safely, and may be of interest to you:
The Department for Education have published advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying. Please click here to read.
The NSPCC have produced ‘A Parents’ Guide to Being Share Aware’ which is about helping you to keep your child safe online. Please click here to read.
E-Safety Newsletter: DITTO
You can keep up-to-date on issues and learn useful tips through the regular e-safety for parents newsletter published by our external e-safety advisor.
Advice on Specific Internet Enabled Devices
Below are guides which provide specific tips on how to help support your child to use Internet enabled devices safely and responsibly:
Safer Internet Day 2018 - 'A Better Internet Starts With You'
This year we celebrated Safer Internet Day by learning about the importance of having a positive digital footprint.
Each class did activities based on the theme and took part in two exciting assemblies.
Below are some examples of work from across the school.
Safer Internet Day 2017 - 'The Power of the Image'
This year we celebrated Safer Internet Day by learning about the importance of protecting our personal information online, particularly images.
We were visited by PSCO Mark Cook who talked to Year 6 about online safety.
Below are some examples of work from Year 3.
Internet Use Survey February 2017
Thank you so much to you and your children for taking the time to complete our recent internet survey. The response was terrific and has given us a real understanding of our school's digital profile.
There are a few areas that you said you would like more information about. Over the next year we are planning to address these through parent information evenings, so please keep an eye out for these in the newsletter.
In the meantime, the information below might help answer some of your questions.
PEGI Age Rating System
Talking to your children about staying safe online
Text Absence Line:
Please start the message with FYN and include your child’s name and reason for absence.
Friday, 15 March 2019:
Weekly Cup Winners:
Recent Events in School
Including the Year 6 Star Gazing Event.
Click here for details and photos.
Tue 19 Mar: Book Fair starts - daily from 3.20-4pm
Wed 20 Mar: Rowan Class to Folly Farm (back on Friday)
Mon 25 Mar: Book Fair ends
Fri 5 Apr: Break uo for Easter at 3.15/3.20pm
Tue 23 Apr: New term starts
Click here for more events.
School telephone number:
School Road, Calne,
Wiltshire, SN11 9UG
If you would like a paper copy of anything on this website, please contact us using the above details or via the Contact Us page.