ONLINE SAFETY STATEMENT
The internet, mobile phone, Bluetooth, chat/instant messaging and games console are integral to our children’s everyday lives. The internet is the greatest world library for your child and has many benefits, but it also carries risks. E-Safety will be taught to children as part of PSHCE and computing.
Once a year an e-safety meeting will be arranged for parents to help support them in understanding computing and e-safety in our school. This will be communicated via a ping closer to the date.
When necessary we will work alongside the police to inform parents and children of the dangers of being online.
KEEP CHILDREN SAFE ONLINE
Government guideline archives can be found here.
Look for this Icon on all Social Networking sites to report cyber bullying.