E-Safety

As children's skills and abilities to access the wider world increases, so does our responsibility to keep them safe online.
 
The 'Thinkuknow' site contains a wealth of resources to help make our children aware of the potential dangers of the internet.  Short films and activities can be watched at home or school and provide opportunities for discussion at home.  The site further explains the role of the 'CEOPS' red button for use when reporting inappropriate use of the internet.
 
Please use the link below to access this resource:
 
 
If you wish to alk to anyone at school about e-safety, please contact either Mrs Weatherspoon or Mrs Raistrick.

Digital technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people, both within schools and outside school. These technologies provide powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone. They can stimulate discussion, promote creativity and stimulate awareness of context to promote effective learning. Young people should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times.

This Acceptable Use Policy is intended to ensure:

  •  that young people will be responsible users and stay safe while using the internet and other communications technologies for educational, personal and recreational use.
  • that school systems and users are protected from accidental or deliberate misuse that could put the security of the systems and users at risk.
  • that parents and carers are aware of the importance of online safety and are involved in the education and guidance of young people with regard to their on-line behaviour.

The school will try to ensure that pupils will have good access to digital technologies to enhance their learning and will, in return, expect the pupils to agree to be responsible users. A copy of the Pupil Acceptable Use Policy is available to view on the school website so that you are aware of the school expectations of the young people in your care.

If you have any questions about the Pupil Acceptable Use Policy please speak to your child’s teacher.