Online safety is embedded within all learning across the school. Pupils are reminded of the rules for using ICT and the internet every time any device is used in school. They are also taught in discrete sessions during computing lessons and circle time. The Headteacher/online safety co-ordinator leads a whole school assembly once per half term and class assemblies also focus on online safety once per half term. Reminders about online safety are posted on each newsletter with websites and links to support parents and carers.
Click here to see a copy of our online safety long term plan.
The Online Safety co-ordinator is Mrs Woolhouse and the Online Safety governor is Mr Mark Kelly.
Here are some links to websites you may find useful to ensure you can keep you children safe online at home:
Tuesday 6th February 2018 is Safer Internet Day. During the week the children have done activities linked to online safety. In Assembly we read the Digi Duck story which can be found at http://www.childnet.com/resources/digiducks-big-decision.
During circle time we looked at Smartie the Penguin and the children were really good at making the right choices when they are on the internet. http://www.childnet.com/resources/smartie-the-penguin