As a safeguarding school, we take e-safety very seriously. We are aware of the need to keep pupils safe in this digital age and promote on line E-Safety across each year group of the school, ensuring children are aware of our Internet Use expectations and how to keep themselves safe when using the Internet.
It is essential that school and parents/carers work together to promote E-Safety messages to the children in our care and to provide guidance to children on how to keep safe on line and what to do if they are uncomfortable in a situation.
Below you can find links to useful websites and resources that will help to keep children safe in the digital world.
If you have and questions or concerns with regards to e-safety then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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