If you scroll down the page, you will find lots of facts and information about E-Safety and useful websites and documents. We will also share what we are doing in the school as E-cadets to promote E-Safety. Keep looking back here for updates!
Safeguarding Children in a Digital World
The Internet has become an integral part of all our lives. Both adults and children access the World Wide Web as part of our work and social activity. Technology developments and improvements enable us to be in constant touch every hour of the day, every day of the week and wherever we are.
The Internet has become a place where we can share our thoughts, our pictures and keep up with our friends and families. Unfortunately, as with many things, the Internet is open to misuse which can have a negative effect on anyone involved. Safe and appropriate use of digital technology is the way forward.
Advice for Parents
Following the success of our Internet Safety day in February 2016, please find below three parent and carer guides (the documents are attached further down the page)
A parent and carer guide to online cyber bullying – Advice_for_parents_on_cyberbullying
A parent and carer guide to Instagram – parents guide to instagram
A parent and carer guide to Snapchat – parents guide to snapchat
NSPCC Share Aware – NSPCC Share Aware for parents
Practical Approaches to Minimising Risk
Key Advice for Internet Users
General Internet Safety Tips
Cyberbullying – Advice for parents
Cyberbullying – Advice for children
Further Information and Support
Key Stage 1
This is a great introduction for younger children as they help Smartie the Penguin learn how to stay safe when using his computer and playing on the internet.
These adventures are created for infant children. They are guided through many E Safety areas as they watch Hector and his friends learn how to use their computers safely!
Junior children can explore The SMART Crew Adventures which includes the real life SMART Crew of young people who guide the cartoon characters in their quest and help them make smart online decisions.
The cyber café is aimed at 8-10 year olds. It offers visitors the chance to explore the many different areas of personal computing such as emails, online chats and searching the web.