E Safety Policy and Guidance
Each year, we mark Safer Internet Day with a whole-school focus on E-Safety. We supplement this with guest speakers, assemblies, year-group-specific lessons and interactive games, all aimed at promoting responsible use of technology.
We have a range of online filtering and monitoring systems and work collaboratively with the South West Grid for Learning and the UK Safer Internet Centre. We provide support to parents about how to filter and monitor at home but crucially, why it’s important too!
To help us, the Safer Internet Centre have put together a range of resources and one of the most useful is Common Sense Media which provides a wealth of advice and resources for parents and teachers.
As always, if you have any questions about e-safety at our school, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our E-Safety Lead is Nicky Sleeman.
The UK Safer Internet Centre is full of resources, advice, ‘how to’ guides and videos to help you keep your child safe online.
Below are some useful documents to support families who are isolating, for use in the event of a class ‘bubble’ closure or local or national restrictions: