Pupil Safety

The internet is a rapidly changing media that is becoming an increasing part of our daily lives. It provides endless opportunities and access to information, but there are also risks to using the internet and through this page we seek to provide you with information, to keep you informed and up to date. If you have any questions please contact us.

For our E-Safety Policy, please view the Policy page.

Safer Schools App – Free resource

We have access to the Safer Schools app, which allows school staff and parents to keep up to date with the ever changing landscape of the internet. Language, popular apps and trends in internet use change regularly and this allows adults, regardless of their technologic ability or engagement in things such as social media, to keep up to date with the latest information.

To download this please see the details in the attachment below. If you have any queries please contact us!

CBBC Stay Safe – E-Safety games and songs

Childnet – Working to make the Internet a safe place for children

DigiDuck’s Big Decision – A story about online friendship and making the right decisions (KS1)

Adventures of Smartie The Penguin –A story about asking for help when using the Internet (KS1)

Digizen – Become a responsible digital citizen

Safer Internet Day – Tuesday 8th February 2022

Every year we take part in Internet Safety Week – whilst internet safety is always important and covered in our curriculum through the year, this week allows us to remind pupils and families about the importance of this subject in terms of keep children safe and informed, so that they can make safe choices and know what action to take when they are worried.

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