If you are worried about anything to do with online safety, or otherwise, please speak with your class teacher or Mrs Clarke, Mrs Thomas or Mrs King.
What is On-line safety?
E-safety stands for electronic safety, also known as on-line safety. As the world and technology changes it is not just about keeping safe on the internet but also keeping safe on all new and emerging technological devices. These include mobile phones, games consoles, tablets, ipads, computers and televisions.
Click here to access this guide created by CEOP. This offers light-hearted, yet relevant and realistic information about how to be a good online parent.
Cyberbullying (online bullying) is when a person or a group of people use the internet, email, online games or any other kind of digital technology to threaten, tease, upset or humiliate someone else. Click below to be taken to the Children Cyberbullying page for information and advice.
If you have a concern about anything you see online or that someone has acted inappropriately towards a child online then click here to report it.
We will ensure that all pupils and staff have the support and guidance needed to stay safe and become confident using digital technology
Pupil Code of Conduct
- Only go on laptops and iPads when an adult has let me.
- Keep your personal details (your name, address, phone number) safe. Do not tell anyone you don’t know.
- Treat school equipment with respect.
- Do not search online for anything inappropriate.
- Your passwords should not be shared with anyone but your parents or carers.
- Do not download anything on school ipads or laptops.
- Always tell an adult we trust if something worries us online.
- Be wary that not everything you read online is the truth.