E Safety Officer - Mr P Gaskin (email@example.com)
E Safety Governor - Mr H Price (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We would like to take the opportunity to inform parents that social network sites and other internet facilities such as ‘YouTube’ are unavailable through the school network. We would also like to remind parents that ‘social networking sites’ such as ‘Facebook, Instagram etc are age restricted and should not be available to primary school aged children.
The school policy regarding e-safety is regularly reviewed and we carefully consider how we can monitor and report any inappropriate use of the internet outside school, including social networking sites and examples of cyber- bullying. We wish to work alongside parents to ensure the children are safe and secure in their use of the internet. We encourage you to monitor your child’s activity and check that any games being played are not exposing the children to inappropriate material and are age appropriate. Informing us of any cyber-bullying incidents outside of school will enable us to better support your child.
If parents/carers wish to do this please talk to the office staff and they will pass onto the child protection officer who will assess the situation and deal with the matter in a discrete and appropriate manner.
E- Safety Day - 2017
Teaching our children to use the internet safely is very important to us and we will take part in the National E-Safety day on Tuesday 7th February 2017. The children will have a presentation about what is meant by E- safety and where you can go for support and ideas. They will also undertake activities to support this day. The presentation can be found after this date on the website.
There will also be an E-Safety parent workshop on the same day at 2.30pm in the school hall.
If any parent wishes to discuss the school policy or any other aspects of E Safety, please contact either Mr Gaskin or Mr Price (contact details above).
ThinkUknow have published some useful guides for parents on keeping your child safe online and about various social media sites. We have included copies of them here but do visit this website for more useful information to support your child safety on line.