As our children use technology on a daily basis, we take their safety very seriously. We actively encourage them to use devices securely and responsibly.
On this page you will find useful links and resources that will hopefully support you and your children as they grow up with technology.
E-Safety Assembly - 23rd November 2016
With the help of Chestnuts class, Mr. Wheatley led an assembly about e-safety, giving children practical suggestions and specific guidance about staying safe online. You can see the presentation by clicking here.
Safer Internet Day 2016
Thank you to all of the children, teachers and parents who helped raise the profile of this year's Safer Internet Day. If you were unable to attend the Open Afternoon, click here to view the supporting power point. If you attended and have any feedback regarding the relevance or ways in which we could improve the presentation, please speak to Mr Wheatley or contact him, by email, at email@example.com
We recommend these websites to support parents with E-Safety:
There are quite a lot of our children that like Minecraft. If you are about as clued up as the majority of our teaching staff are, then you might find this NSPCC guide rather useful!
If you have any queries or concerns regarding your child and E-Safety, please speak to Mr Wheatley, our Computing Coordinator.
If you would like any more information regarding our Computing Curriculum, Please visit our Computing page.