Welcome to the e-Safety area of our new school website!
E-Safety is important for everyone in our school community, pupils, parents and teachers alike. This area of the website is aimed at giving you, as parents, useful information on helping your children to be e-safe. If you have any specific e-safety concerns please contact one of the school’s e-safety staff; Mrs Jones, Mr Keegan or your childs head of year.
As part of our commitment to e-Safety we are currently working towards the 360 degree e-Safety Award.
Helping Your Child
Parents and carers are often the people who children turn to when they are having problems. It is important that as adults parents and carers start a dialogue with their children about how to stay safe online. This will reinforce with them the messages that they receive in school during Internet Safety Week, in ICT lessons and during Catholic Citizenship.
Technology is constantly evolving and it can be hard to keep on top of it so the UK Safer Internet Centre have created a Parent Guide to Technology which you can use to learn more about the types of technology that your children may come into contact with. They have also put together a handy guide to help you to start conversations with your children on Internet Safety.