Online Safety Information

It is important for all children to become competent in their use of computers today, but it is equally important for us to ensure that they can use them in complete safety. Although the Internet is a very valuable tool, it also challenges our children's safety and as teachers and parents we have a duty of care to ensure that our children are not abused while using it.  

We teach the children in our school to use computers responsibly and adopt good safety habits, both when they are in school and at home. In this way we aim to equip our children with the skills to avoid harmful and threatening situations.

Further information about protecting your child while they are on the Internet can be found on the websites below.

If you have been a victim of online abuse or you're worried about someone else, you can make a report by clicking on the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) button below:

This link explains how parents can make a report to CEOP using the button above:

On Monday 13th January 2020, we hosted an E-Safety information evening for parents and carers in school. Here is a link to the presentation which Mrs Ritson shared with parents and carers

The Child Net website has lots of useful tips and advice for parents and carers for helping you keep your child/children stay safe online:

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