eSafety

The Internet has become an integral part of children’s lives, enabling them to undertake research for school projects, talk to their friends and access information from around the world. Increasing provision of the Internet in and out of schools brings with it the need to ensure that children are safe.

Internet development is constantly evolving into ever more innovative areas with many websites enabling amazing creativity and interaction between peers. Unfortunately though, there are times when Internet use can have a negative effect on children. Schools and Parents need to be aware of the potential dangers and take measures to ensure safe usage by all.

E-Cadets Update

We have now completed our next set of e-safety sessions exploring what we should and should not share online and the footprint …

Autumn E-Safety

The e-cadets have been hard at work this half term sharing their messages with the classes. In KS2 we have explored how …

Right Click E-Safety

After school we had a really thought provoking session on how we can be safer online. This session was run by two …

Anti-bullying Roadshow

Today, we had a visit from Val and Vicki from ViVa anti-bullying. This morning they worked with year 5 girls and boys. …

Governors Day October 18th 2016

Governors had an opportunity to spend the morning in school, to visit classrooms and chat to staff. Governors observed Guided Reading, Read …

E-Cadets

We have launched our E-Cadets! Today KS2 found out about the e-cadet program. It is all about keeping ourselves safe online and …

At School

At school we take several steps to ensure that children are kept safe while using the internet and electronic communication.

Some of the steps that we take are…

At Home

Parents can have a difficult job keeping up with their children on the fast changing technology available to them, let alone knowing the dangers they face. The issues of safety, privacy, on-line predators and cyber bullying are sometimes complex, both technically and psychologically and parents can struggle to keep up.