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Online Safety

We believe that education around keeping safe is essential. Safety in the digital world is an important part of this. Our pupils need to assess risks and learn how to be safe on the internet. This is important wherever they use it, at home or in school.

We teach online safety to all year groups across our curriculum. Pupils learn to keep themselves safe and tell an adult they trust if they have a concern. We teach pupils to respect the feelings and rights of others both online and offline.

Concerned about your child getting their first mobile phone or how they are using it? You are not alone.

Install the free BBC ‘Own It’ app on your child’s phone.

The app helps children in the moment when they are online, to stay safe and make smart choices. If your child is in a chat room it will prompt them to stop and think if they are about to share personal information like their address.

Your child can also find:

Own It

Top Tips for Parents


Mrs Stephens our Online Safety Lead shares top tips for safety online in these videos.

The first video is 'Know the dangers'. This is all about the contact children have online, the content they see and their conduct and behaviour online. (6 minutes 20)

1 Know the Dangers.mp4

The second video is 'Know what your child is doing online'. (5 minutes) Mrs Stephens gives three tips to help your children stay safe online and help ensure they get a good night's sleep.

2 Know what your child is doing online.mp4

Our Online Safety policy explains how we protect our children when using digital technologies. We have systems to monitor, filter and protect children from harmful content. Our staff also stay up to date with regular training.

Safety online is a part of the whole school culture. Our staff, parents, volunteers and governors follow our Acceptable Use Policy. This ensures we all adopt the school’s position on the safe use of digital technologies. We encourage parents to speak to their children about how to keep safe and behave online.  

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