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E-Safety

We see e-Safety as an extremely important part of our curriculum. Every child is taught all about the dangers that exist on-line and how to deal with issues of e-Safety when they occur.       

We teach e-Safety through our Computing and PSHE curriculums, using a variety of resources to ensure that children are aware of all the important issues. This message is also backed up in whole school assemblies and through displays/school council. 

The children are taught about important issues, such as keeping passwords secure, not sharing personal information on-line and not to communicate with strangers on social network sites or email. They are also taught about cyber-bullying and respectful behaviour online. 

There are many good links on the internet to look at if you are worried about e-Safety. Have a look at the websites below.

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk                                                                                                          http://www.kidsmart.org.uk   

As part of Internet Safety Day in February 2020, we gave all families an e-safety booklet full of tips about keeping children safe online. You can see a copy of the booklet below: