Online Safety

E-safety Literature

If you would like copies of our E-safety leaflets they are available for: – Childrens ICT and Young People ICT.

Use of Digital Images Policy

IT Acceptable Use Policy

Other sites to visit

To find out more about the internet and security please look at some of these sites below:-

Internet Matters

Dfe Advice on Cyberbullying

http://superclubsplus.com/

Learn how to use web technology, how to build your own multimedia home pages with images, sounds and animations and use special codes to make your pages really sing! Get help from other kids or your teachers, with homework projects in all subjects – history, geography, art & design, maths, science, music, drama, citizenship, PE, RE, English or foreign languages.

Learn how to be creative and work with other people. Learn how to write and communicate safely in forums and by email. Write articles for the Clubs and even start your own clubs.

Learn how to get on with and understand other kids from all over the UK and around the world.(source superclubplus.com)

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

Know IT all is a valuable resource for those that work with children and who have children. Information on safer networking, online chat and skills are all but a few of the resources on offer.

http://www.childnet.com/kia/parents/

If you have only recently started using the internet and need help with the basics, don’t worry – there is a special section for you called New to Computers.(source www.childnet.com)

www.nextgenerationlearning.org.uk/At-Home/

Next Generation Learning is a government campaign initiated by Becta. We aim to use technology to create a more exciting, rewarding and successful experience for learners of all ages and abilities. This enables everyone to achieve their potential and achieve much more. The facts speak for themselves:
• 85% of secondary school learners believe that technology makes it easier to do homework.
• 85% of primary school learners believe that technology makes learning more interesting.