E-Safety

Follow the SMART link to learn more about staying safe online.

Online safety is hugely important. Do not under estimate how vital it is to have safety features on devices at home.  We ask the police to run workshops with our children and parents – please support us.

We constantly reinforce these TIPS in school.

  • Tip 1 – Keep your phone, laptops or tablet secure – use a password or PIN.
  • Tip 2 – Don’t do anything online that you wouldn’t do face to face
  • Tip 3 – Learn what is okay to post and share on the internet.  Comments, photos and videos you post or share are always recorded even if you delete it so it could be seen by someone in the future.
  • Tip 4 – Don’t talk to strangers or make friends with strangers on social media – you never know who they really are
  • Tip 5 – Never feel forced to do anything you don’t want to do
  • Tip 6 – Block people who send nasty messages and tell someone about it
  • Tip 7 – Also don’t send or make nasty comments about someone else online
  • Tip 8 – Don’t open links and attachments from people you don’t know
  • Tip 9 – Never arrange to meet someone you have on the internet
  • Tip 10 – Tell an adult or someone you trust – like a friend – if you feel frightened or worried about what’s happening to you online.

Further information regarding keeping pupils safe online can be found at https://thinkuknow.co.uk/parents 

Click below for links to drug watch and child’s health

https://www.drugwatch.com/health/children/