Update - SNAPCHAT School News Article
Online Safety forms part of our school's Safeguarding responsibilities. Mrs Kim Millican, a CEOP Ambassador, is the Designated Lead for Online Safety and is part of the Safeguarding Team.
If you have any queries regarding online safety, or would like any advice, please email at: email@example.com
Please use the following sites, if you have serious concerns about a child's safety, regarding their online activity.
Advice for Parents
Do you ever feel that you are not fully in control of what your child is viewing online and who they are talking to?
The internet and related technologies, including mobile phones, blogs, podcasting and social networks are becoming increasingly important in the daily lives of our children and have many positive benefits. They can be used both educationally and socially and are becoming part of a child’s identity. Socially our children often use the internet for entertainment, interaction, and communication with ‘friends’.
The Internet is a marvellous tool and a wonderful resource. The challenge for parents, carers and teachers is to make sure our children are aware and understand how to be safe when using the internet and related technologies. The often used analogy is that swimming pools can be dangerous for children and whilst fencing, lifeguards and signage can minimise the risk, the most effective measure is to teach them to swim! Although we decrease this risk we cannot prevent it entirely.
Where can I find out more information on Online Safety?
Take a look at the web pages below for further information on online safety.
Where can my child learn more information about Online Safety?
Your child can visit the Keeping Safe page for games, activities and information.
Parents' Online Safety Evening
Please click the links below to read all the information from our online safety meeting: