eSafety

Our ICT policy reflects the importance we place on e-safety, in terms of using information systems and electronic communication safely. We want to keep our children safe online, when using mobile phones, games consoles and any wireless technology. There it is important to educate our children on the benefits, risks and responsibilities of using information technology. All of our pupils and staff have signed esafety agreements and training is regularly provided to staff through INSET and to pupils during lessons. Parents have also signed the home-school agreement to say they will follow these rules to help keep their children safe. A copy of our e-safety policy can be found at the link below. It links to our other child protection policies and is built into our Computing curriculum.

We also recommend the pages/links below for parents and carers.

Please visit our Policies page for the eSafety Policy document

13 Reasons why Facebook is for 13 year olds

Hertfordshire E-Safety Newsletter Autumn 2017

Hertfordshire County Council – Home and Family Guidelines

Hertfordshire County Council – Mind the Gap (How to stay safe online)

Childnet International – Information for parents including presentations, seminars and leaflets.

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