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Staying safe online

Learning to stay safe online is as important as learning about any other element of keeping safe. Indeed, many of the potential dangers in the real have a digital equivalent.  For example, you would never allow your child to talk to a stranger on the street, likewise you would never allow your child to talk to people they never knew on computer games or on social media.

 

Once a year, the school holds an anti-bullying week, which includes a focus on how to protect yourself against cyber-bullying.  In Safety week, children have a session with an outside agency who teaches about being respectful and responsible whilst online. We always endeavour to keep abreast of trends nationally and locally and will advise children and/or parents accordingly. The school holds regular assemblies to promote keeping safe online, and is following a scheme of work created by South West Grid for Learning.  Useful links, including an overview on the digital literacy curriculum, are below.

Safer Internet Day 2017 - film for parents and carers

A short film raising awareness of Safer Internet Day 2017 with parents and carers and encouraging them to have a conversation with their children about the internet. Parents and carers can find more about Safer Internet Day at www.saferinternetday.org.uk and advice for parents and carers on our website http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers

Digital Literacy Overview

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