We live in a world where we can find any information we want in a few seconds on the internet. We can talk to people from all over the world, play games with other people and keep in touch with family and friends. We can use our computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones and games consoles. But we should always be very careful about who we speak to and what information we share with other people. We need be safe, and that means we all need to think carefully about what we do when we are using technology.
If you ever feel worried or concerned about anything you see or anything that someone says to you, you should always tell an adult.
For Information or Any Concerns about Online Safety within school please contact Mr Rowe or Mrs Badesha
Online Safety Parent Sessions 04/04/2019
Thank you to all the parents who attended our Online Safety sessions, It was great to hear your thoughts and concerns around Online Safety. We hope all those who attended feel more confident in how to keep their children safe online.
All links mentioned can be found on the Links for Parents Page
If you would like any help with Online Safety, or have any concerns Mr Rowe or Mrs Badesha are happy to help.
Online Safety Concerns - 27/02/2018
Following our recent launch of our Anti-Bullying Pro-Kindness Initiative, some children have voiced their concern about others activity online, specifically on social media.
We believe all our children should be able to use the Internet safely and have the skills and tools to keep their selves and others safe. While in school all internet activity is closely monitored and we try to teach everyone these skills, we are unable to control their online activities outside of school and at home.
Members of our SLT have compiled a document specially focused on Social Media, to help Parents and Careers keep their children safe online, Displayed below, or available from our school office.
Our Links for Parents page contains links to numerous sites which are focused on Online Safety, Additionally please do not hesitate to contact Mr Rowe or your child’s class teacher if you have any concerns.
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