Online Safeguarding

The internet is wonderful place to keep in touch with friends and help with your education – but it can also cause harm- to you and others. Always remember help is available at school if you have any concerns or problems. Never be afraid to talk to your teacher or any other adult at the school.

If you or anyone you know is worried about Child Exploitation, Online Protection or any thing related to Internet safety please click on the link below which will take you to the CEOP reporting website:

CEOP

Other useful sites for further information and advice:

Think You Know age 4-7 

Think You Know age 8-10 

Think You Know age 11-13

NSPCC – National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children

ChildNet – organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children

 

E-safety is discussed regularly in our classrooms and we are currently arranging an NSPCC E-Safety Talk for parents. Parents will be notified once a date is set!

 

Our E-safety Policy

 

Online Safety Newsletters (emailed to parents monthly)

Online Safety Newsletter Safer Internet Day

Online Safety Newsletter Primary February 2024

Online Safety Newsletter Primary January 2024

Online Safety Newsletter Primary December 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary November 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary October 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary September 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary July 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary June 2023

Online Safety Newsletter May 2023

Online Safety Newsletter April 2023

Online Safety Newsletter March 2023

Online-Safety-Newsletter-Feb-2023_Safer internet day

Online Safety Newsletter Primary February 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary January 2023

Online Safety Newsletter Primary December 2022

Online Safety Newsletter November 2022

Online Safety Newsletter October 2022

Online Safety Newsletter September 2022

Online Safety – Parental Controls booklet