One of the aims of our school is to provide appropriate safeguards and to raise awareness to enable students (and others) to control their online experiences and thereby feel confident and secure in their use of technology.
If you have any concerns with regard to you or your child’s social networking activity, please report it to us. You can do this by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
Alternatively, you can come into school and speak to one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs). These are Mrs A Smith, Mrs M Bowers, Mrs K Hoyle.
Mrs R Eccles leads our E-Safety curriculum.
Pupils also receive regular visits from our local PCSOs who help to educate our pupils on how to stay safe online.
The following sites offer help and guidance on keeping children safe online.
Childnet– Helping to make the internet safer for kids
Think u know– Guidance made for different age groups
Mobicip- Parental control software
Safe kids– Simple rules for kids to follow online
BBC Webwise– Advice for developing your online skills
Guide to mobile web safety
National Online Safety – Specialists in Online Safety Training for Schools