Children are taught how to keep themselves and their personal details safe whilst using the Internet, and Internet safety rules are displayed in all classrooms. Parents and children are asked to agree to uphold the school’s e-safety policy. As part of the curriculum children’s work may occasionally be electronically published. Appropriate images and video that include children may be published, on password protected sites as well as the school website, subject to the school rule that photographs will not be accompanied by pupil names. Parents with any concerns regarding online safety are encouraged to see the Computing Leader/Online Safety Officer (Mr Stopps) to discuss their concerns.
The links below are useful website with a wealth of help and advice for parents with regards to online safety.
Think U Know - a mock cybercafe which uses role play to help children from 5 - 16 explore a range of issues
From the BBC, an 'Internet for beginners' course and a tool for answering your questions about internet safety.
Vodafone’s site is designed to help parents and carers develop an understanding of their child’s internet use.
National Online Safety Help Guides for Parents
Have you considered checking the parental control settings on your home internet router?
Do you know what your child could be viewing on an internet enabled device?
The links below provide help and advice on how to check and set parental controls. This will help to keep your child safe and protect them from accessing inappropriate websites when using the internet. If there isn't a link for your brand of internet router, please contact your internet provider for more assistance.