Online Safety is taught in school as part of the curriculum, and is reinforced whenever children access the Internet. The use of the Internet in school is strictly filtered via county servers and the tightest security is in place at all times.
Download: Online Safety Policy 2021
We do however, recognise that parents are the single most important resource a child has, and want to support you. We strongly recommend that parents monitor their children’s activity on the Internet, especially as many have access to personal connected devices like phones, gaming consoles, tablets and Smartwatches.
Please as parents, carers and family members do read the information on the links below and take action to protect your children when they are online at home.
Parent Web Site Links and Support
Useful information and ideas for parents to support their children, including ideas to start conversations with children about internet safety.
#DITTO is an e-safety magazine for schools and parents to keep you up to date with risks, issues, advice and guidance related to keeping children safe online, with a view to enjoying and learning about technology. Download # DITTO here: https://www.esafety-adviser.com/latest-newsletter
Family Online Safety
Find out what you can do protect yourself and your family from online safety risks with these short video guides
“What every parents should know about social media.” Watch these with your child to start a conversation.
Roblox and TikTok checklists.
SWGfL, partners in the UK Safer Internet Centre, has added to its library of social media checklists to help you understand the ins and outs of the most popular platforms, including Roblox and TikTok.
Vodafone Digital Parenting
Vodafone Foundation & their partner Parent.Zone have “gathered brilliant people from across the digital landscape – doctors, researchers, teens, a cartoonist, even a popstar, and plenty of busy parents – to explore the different ways we can build happy digital lives.” https://www.vodafone.co.uk/mobile/digital-parenting
Online Safety in School