Keeping our children safe online is a priority for us.
In school, we teach the children about internet safety throughout the year through their computing lessons, PSHE lessons and in assemblies.
On this page you will find helpful information about how parents and carers can develop safe use of the internet at home too.
Have a look at the weblinks below for information about keeping children safe on the internet.
This website has a range of activities to do with your child and lots of information about setting controls on different devices at home: www.kidsmart.org.uk/parents/
The following webpage has excellent information about ideas for keeping your child safe and some statistics about what sites some children are accessing: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Primary/
Our team of Designated Safeguarding Leads, or our Computing Lead would be happy to talk to you in more detail if you have any questions.
As a whole school community, we use the National Online Safety Hub which has lots of excellent resources and tips for parents and children:
Click on the link below to access our Acceptable Use of Technology Policy for children and parents:
Useful E-Safety tips
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1:
Click here for lots of cartoons about how Hector and his friends are learning to use computers safely
Key Stage 2:
Have a look at the different videos and websites all about being safe and enjoying the internet.
Remember; if you are worried about anything - tell an adult.
For more information and some games, click on the ThinkuKnow link below.
The cbbc website has lots of great videos and tips about using the internet safely
We are here to help!