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Our E-Safety Policy

Please see the E-Safety Policy for our school.

Further Links

Click on the links below for help and advice on using the internet safely at home:

Vodaphone Digital Parenting Guide

UK Safer Internet Centre Parents' Guide to Technology

e-Learning and Information Management Education Technology Parents page

 Click on the Link for the NSPCC Keeping Children Safe on Online website   

 https://www.nspcc.org.uk/fighting-for-childhood/about-us/partners/nspcc-o2-online-safety-partnership/

The following document contains links to different pages of the NSPCC/O2 Online Safey Website.

 Links to NSPCC Online Safety Advice.pdfLinks to NSPCC Online Safety Advice.pdf

  

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Congratulations go to Kingston St Mary C of E Primary School who achieved e-safety accreditation on 3rd July 2015.  Their ongoing commitment to embedding e-safety throughout the life of the school was identified; together with the empowerment of learners to share the responsibility to keep themselves and others safe.

                                                  
 
 
Our Digital Leaders 2017/18
 
Archie
Freya
Lacey
Max
 

Safer Internet Day 2018

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E-safety Workshops – Bigfoot
Everyone enjoyed taking part and found it great fun.

Quotes from YR5/6 children.

 

FB – “I enjoyed the games.”
HW – “The man was really funny and made the games fun.”
AP – “It was really fun and a nice way to learn about e-safety.”
FM – “It was great fun & Duncan involved everyone.”
MTR – “I really enjoyed it.”
BF – “It was fun.”
SH – “It wasn’t just serious talking, there were fun games, as well.  We learnt a lot about e-safety and how not to trust people on-line.”
WG – “It was interesting.”
CH – “Duncan made us play lots of games and explained things easily.  It was learning made fun.”
AS – “We were given some good advice about staying safe on-line.”
JH – “It was really fun.”
RG – “I was excited to take part.”
AH – “It was really interesting how he linked the games to e-safety topics.”