Staying Safe at Home
When we have e-safety day at School we spend a whole day doing activities and talking about ways we can stay safe on the internet. Why not visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/stay-safe
and remember to;
Keep passwords secure and never share them
Never give out your personal details like your second name, phone number, address, email address or the school you go to
Only talk to people you know are your friends - Never meet up with an on-line friend
Have your privacy settings as high as possible on social media
Use the report button and ask an adult for help if you see something that worries you or makes you feel uncomfortable
Staying Safe Online
When we are at school we have lots of ways that we can stay safe on the internet. Our school is very careful only to let us access certain websites for use within the curriculum; blocking any which are unsuitable. Our internet service provider has high security levels and our learning platform has passwords and safety software built in so there are only certain things we can see and sites we can visit. We can also only email people within the school community we belong to.
Cyber Bullying is when someone uses the internet or other technology such as mobile phones or gaming devices to say nasty things either to or about someone else.
If this happens to you - tell a trusted adult who can help you
Use the "report" or "block sender" functions on your device or social media
Positive Behaviour and Anti-bullying
Our behaviour policy complies with Section 89 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006.