As a school we see the safeguarding of our children as our highest priority, with children's online safety being paramount to this.
We teach the children about how to stay safe online through a variety of ways, gradually building up content levels as children move through the school to ensure the learning they undertake is matched to the experiences with technology they are having in and out of the classroom. These lessons happen in every year group and are taught as part of our PSHCE curriculum.
In addition to this the children have access to, and are taught how to responsibly use varied technologies such as iPads, robots, desktop and laptop computers, interactive web tools and software.
Each year we take part in Safer Internet Week, where for a week we showcase the importance of staying safe online, and support this from a visit from our neighbourhood policing team in conjunction with Cheshire Constabulary. We also have support and advice available to parents to help you keep your children safe at home. Please see the links below.
Staying safe online
During the current situation regarding the coronavirus outbreak, it is likely children and young people will be spending far more time online. With this in mind it is important that everyone refreshes their knowledge of the simple rules below.
Parents and children can get more advice and support from the links at the bottom of this page.
Please click on the pictures below for free information, support and advice relating to online safety
E-safety for children
|Childline||UK Safer Internet Centre||CEOP||Thinkuknow.co.uk||NSPCC|
All the links above contain valuable support and information in relation to staying safe online.
IF YOU FEEL YOU NEED TO REPORT SOMETHING THAT HAS HAPPENED TO YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE, OR ABOUT SOMETHING YOU HAVE SEEN ONLINE CLICK THE CEOP LINK ABOVE
Support and advice for parents
|Internet Matters||Net Aware||Parent Info||Thinkuknow.co.uk||UK Safer Internet Centre|