Making Safer Internet Day Everyday
This week Mr Cook is leading on this very important initiative.
Our digital leaders have been working with Mr Cook and will be delivering an assembly to children in KS1 on Tuesday.
On Thursday, Mr Cook will deliver an assembly to KS2.
During computing this week, every class will use their lesson to look at how they can keep themselves safe when using the Internet, at an age appropriate level.
All E-Safety incidents that are reported are logged by the school and senior leaders will work with children and families to provide support and learn form any mistakes that may have been made.
E-Safety is a standing item on the school safeguarding team agenda, who meet fortnightly. This is the same for our safeguarding committee which includes our safeguarding governor, and meets termly.
We add items to inform parents to newsletters and sometimes send out specific warning using School Comms when we get more general warnings from the North Somerset Safeguarding Board.
In school, as well as working with agencies such as Kooth and the NSPCC, we also have a very strong fire wall and filters that protect our children when using our Internet.
We are proud to hold the E-Safety Mark,
You can find advice about Online Safety in the Parent Zone of our website. This has many links to resources to help keep your children safe online.