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.
Mrs Hust is our Designated Safguarding Lead and can be contacted if you have any questions or concerns regarding online safety.
Please click here to view our Online Safety Policy.
Acceptable Use of Technologies Policies:
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.
Please click here for useful guides on different topics related to online safety. produced by the NSPCC.
For further signposting and support for parents, please click here.
Advice for Parents on Specific Devices
Please click here to access a parent's guide to technology created by the UK Safer Internet Centre. This guide has been created to answer parent's questions about specific devices and to introduce some of the most popular, highlighting the safety tools available and empowering parents with the knowledge they need to support their children to use these technologies safely and responsibly.
Please click here to access instructions for how to set up parental controls on different devices.
Safer Internet Day - '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.
Further Advice for Parents