Online Safety

As a school we take the safety of pupils when on line very seriously. Our work on Online Safety meets Article 13 for the Rights of the child which states children must be able to access all kinds of information as long as it is within the law and safe. It also meets Article 17 which makes clear that we must help protect children from materials that could harm them.

A new concern has been flagged up recently in the media called Mo Mo that is hacking into age appropriate sites. It encourages young children to do silly things that are potentially damaging to themselves and their personal safety. Parents can download a poster giving advice on this below. 

Below are also websites/advice for parents that can be accessed that give valuable advice and support on how to keep our children safe when on line:

Online safety website for parent: Think You Know...

Files to Download

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Headteacher: Mrs A Stephens
Chester Road
Main Contact: Mrs A Stephens, Headteacher