The safety and wellbeing of our children is our number one priority. The internet and social media are integral aspects of modern life and are superb assets to teaching and learning as well as forming the basis of much of today's communication with others but it is essential that our children know how to be safe in the modern age and that all members of our school community do all they can to protect them from real and online harm.
Online safety is taught at an age appropriate level throughout the school as part of our whole school curriculum but it is essential that parents and carers are also aware of what children are doing and how you can safeguard them from harm.
The links on this page are from respected organisations; please view them yourself and use in regular discussions with your child.
If you would like any further advice in this vital area please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
Adam Croft ~ Headteacher / Safeguarding Lead
Ashley Tench ~ Computing & ICT Subject Lead
Wendy Ford ~ Personal, Social, Health & Citizenship Education and Sex & Relationships Education Subject Lead
Making devices safer