Staying safe online is extremely important in a world where children have easy and regular access to the internet. Therefore e-safety is planned and delivered as part of the school curriculum. Staff attend regular training and all children are taught about the different rules they need to follow to keep themselves safe online. Every year we re-visit anti-bullying, as part of the national campaign, which encompasses cyber-bullying and staying safe on-line.
Useful e-safety links for parents and carers:
Parents and carers need to help to keep their children safe when using the internet at home too. If you feel that you would like some guidance with this, please follow the links below.
Useful e-safety links for children:
Key Stage 1: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/
Key Stage 2: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/
If something or someone is making you feel uncomfortable or upset online and you feel it needs to be reported please follow the links below (please talk to an adult you trust first):