Online Safety in School
Online safety lessons in school are undertaken regularly. This is an area that is of extreme importance in the technological age that we now live in. Children need to be taught how to stay safe.
Every unit of work begins with an online safety lesson.
Children have been made aware of a number of issues that may arise and how to deal with them. These include – giving out personal information on line, receiving emails/ text messages from unknown senders, checking whether Internet sources are reliable and cyber bullying (Bullying that takes place through text messages/ chat rooms/ instant messaging and social network sites).
The school Internet access is controlled through a Web Content Filter.
Any unsuitable sites are immediately reported to the Headteacher and ICT technician and removed/reported.
The school has an E Safety Policy that can be found at the Policies & Procedures web page.
If you would like further information about Online Safety and how you can keep your child safe online and on their mobile phone please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance.
Please use the link below for our latest Online Safety Policy. Please note this is under review and will be updated this term.
The websites used to deliver lessons in school are also available via the links below
OUR NEWSLETTER OF 13TH JANUARY 2023 CONTAINS FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING SAFETY ONLINE WITH NEW DEVICES FOLLOWING CHRISTMAS GIFTS, ETC. ALSO CONSIDER THE LEAFLET USING THE LINK BELOW FOR FURTHER ONLINE GAMING AND SAFETY INFORMATION
Childnet International is a non-profit organisation working in partnership with others around the world to help make the Internet a great and safe place for children. The Childnet website hosts a range of online resources, some of which are listed below, as well as a number of recommended resources for young people, parents, carers and teachers.