E-safety is a cornerstone of our computing curriculum and an overview of what content is taught when can be found below.
Thinkuknow is an excellent E-safety resource for parents, carers and children. It is filled with games and information about what you can do to stay safe online.
If you, or your child, is worried about something that has happened online a report can be made to CEOP's Child Protection Advisers. CEOP, who work alongside the National Crime Agency, will do everything they can to keep children safe online. They can be contacted here.
Throughout the year, we will also focus on E-safety through a range of whole school activities in class and as part of Collective Worship. In November, we have visitors coming into school to deliver 'Be Internet Legends' to our KS2 pupils in conjunction with Google and Parent Zone. If you ever have any concerns about what your child might be accessing please get in touch; Mr Gormal is always happy to talk through any concerns and offer practical advice on what you can do at home to keep everyone safe online.