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Staying safe when not in school

When schools are closed or during periods of self-isolation, we understand it can be tempting to allow your children to spend increasing amounts of time online but there are a few things to consider about safety online. It is important that parents and carers are aware of what their children are accessing on their devices and, if allowing them to converse during game play, parents have the responsibility to ensure they know who their child is talking to and what the content of that conversation is. 

If you have a concern about online content, the way a user is communicating with your child/you or about another child's online usage, click on the link below and click 'report to CEOP' to report it. 

  • CEOP Internet Safety Advice

E-Safety Guidance for Parents

Curriculum

Online safety is taught to all pupils, explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online. We teach children to be SMART.