Computing and E-Safety

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Safer Internet Day 2019 – Tuesday 5th February

Take a look at our video for Safer Internet Day 2019 created by our fantastic E-Safety Monitors!

The E-Safety Monitors also led worship on Safer Internet Day spreading the message about giving permission and consent to sharing personal information online.

Parents’ E-Safety Meeting – June 2018

Click on the link below to find out more about our Parents’ E-Safety Meeting.

Parents’ E Safety Meeting Notes

Introducing our E-Safety Monitors!

Our aim is to help the whole school stay safe online.  We look forward to finding out more about e-safety and sharing advice and tips so that we can all enjoy our time online.

Keep checking back to our page to see the work we have been doing in spreading the e-safety message around school.

Safer Internet Day 2018 – Tuesday 6th February

The E-Safety Monitors did a super job delivering an assembly for Safer Internet Day.  They informed the whole of KS1 and KS2 on the the 2018 message: “Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you” and got all the children thinking about how they should behave and treat others online.

All classes then took part in follow up activities in the classrooms including drama and role-play activities.


Our Code of Conduct for Staying Safe Online – March

The E-Safety Monitors worked together to create a code of conduct to help others to stay safe online.  Follow these useful rules to keep yourself safe:

Our E-Safety Rules

  1. Never share your passwords and personal information online.
  2. Don’t speak to strangers or meet people from online.
  3. Think about what you’re saying online – be polite!
  4. Think carefully before posting pictures and videos – do you have permission?
  5. If you are worried about something online, tell a trusted adult.


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