In school, we teach our students about how to stay safe online through assemblies and our Citizenship/PHSE curriculum. E-safety is also an agenda item in meeting with parents to ensure that we inform parents on keeping your children safe online whilst at home.
Please take the time to read the following set of useful tips and hints on E-safety and how to keep your children safe at home:
We also strongly recommend all to visit the Educate against Hate website which gives teachers, parents and school leaders practical advice and information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.
Have you noticed the 'CEOP Internet Safety' button on our homepage? CEOP stands for 'Child Exploitation and Online Protection' centre and holds a wealth of information regarding E-safety, targeted at teachers, parents and children. It is a division of the Police which deals with this area specifically. If you or your child have any concerns regarding E-safety at home, please visit the CEOP website for further information or to make a report. You can click on the CEOP shortcut button here or via our homepage for a direct link.