Online Safety

Our aim is to provide children with the information and confidence to use technology in a safe and effective way, through our computing and PSHE curricula as well as other incidental opportunities.

We celebrate Safer Internet Day every February to shine a spotlight on the key points of staying safe online, run parent workshops and provide regular reminders during lessons about searching safely online.

Further information about our online safety procedures can be found in our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy and our E-Safety Policy which is below.

Further information about staying safe online and reporting online abuse can be found by accessing the documents and links below. There are a number of guides from the National Online Safety Centre to apps and games which we hear the children and their siblings talking about.

DFE Child Safety Practical Guide for Parents and Carers

  • Childnet Offers a toolkit to support parents of children of any age to start discussions about their online life and find out where to get help and support.

  • Internet Matters Provide age-specific online safety checklist, guides on parental controls, and a host of practical tips

  • Let's Talk About It Advice for parents and carers to keep children safe from online radicalisation

  • Net-aware Provides help for parents and carers on how to keep their children safe online

  • Parentzone Provide help for parents and carers on how to keep their children safe online