E-safety

E-safety Information. Keeping your child safe online.

Is your child safe online?

At South End Infant school we work hard to educate children on how to stay safe online. We teach E-safety, cyberbullying, netiquette and grooming/stranger danger using CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) guidelines. We educate children about staying safe and the dangers they may face. We do this through stories, activities, assemblies, PSHE lessons, songs and videos.

We have clear internet rules, which are attached to this page, and we have child friendly, supportive procedures to allow children to report worries or concerns.

We discuss the power and pitfalls of Social Media sites through our secure Learning Platform - DB Primary and our Computing Curriculum resource - Purple Mash.

We want the children at South End Infant School to be responsible internet users, the online world is very important to them. However, we also know the importance of adult monitoring and we watch user activity very closely.

Click on the CEOP or Think U Know image to visit the official website.

 

Click on the document icon to view our school rules, policies and past letters.  We run an annual E-Safety meeting for Parents.

 

 

 

Meet Jessie & Friends (Thinkuknow) click the image to go to the CEOP the site.

 

CEOP Lee and Kim video. This is part of our Curriculum. Hard hitting, but necessary!

 

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