Staying Safe Online

As a school we would like to ensure parents feel confident helping their child to use the Internet safely. Especially as pupils may be accessing remote learning and online resources more regularly due to Covid-19.

National Online Safety has put together 10 top tips for families who are supporting pupils with remote learning. 

It is important that when your child communicates with their teachers, they use their school email accounts. Teachers will be sharing resources and instructions with pupils via Google Classroom, which pupils can only access when logged into their school Google account using their school email address. This ensures that as a school, we can monitor interactions and manage any concerns. 

Helpful links

If you have any concerns about e-safety, you can find advice and support via the links below:

CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection command CEOP's Youtube Channel

Disrespect NoBody - Advice, guidance and support on sexting

Educate Against Hate - Practical advice and information on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation

NSPCC - Online Safety Think U Know - Ages 4-7 

Think U Know - Ages 8-10 Think U Know - Ages 11-13 

Think U Know - 14+ Think U Know - Information for Parents