Online Safety


Global Safer Internet Day

The children will be taking part in a special 'e-Ssembly', whole-school and class activities, and a competition 'Signpost to e-Safety'. The entry form for the competition can be found below.
Click on the links below to watch a few of the videos that the children made during our Online Safety Week last year. 

Signpost to e-Safety Competition.pdf

What do you like and dislike online?

Want to talk about it?

We provide the children with quality internet access as part of their learning experience and ensure they gain the most from it by encouraging responsible online behaviour. The principles of internet safety are taught within Computing and PSHE lessons and are also promoted through national e-Safety and Anti-Bullying Weeks. By following the SMART rules, whenever they use the internet, children are prepared for the safe and respectful use of technology both within and outside school. We also promote polite behaviour when communicating online. For our guide to social media etiquette for children, click below.

Social Media Etiquette for Children

Online Safety Policy and Curriculum Progression 

Online Safety Policy

Online Safety Coverage and Progression

For a comprehensive range of parental advice we recommend the Internet Matters website. Click below to view their free leaflet and poster downloads.
Advice from our Digital Leaders

Our Digital Leaders have produced some information and reminders to help the children stay safe on line.

To read these click on each letter below!


For children’s activities and information for parents click on the following links:
For guidance on setting parental controls on your home computer and devices please use the following links:

Windows 8

Windows 10

For a PDF of the Digital Parenting magazine:

Issue 9

Issue 8

Issue 7

Issue 6

Issue 5

Issue 4