E-Safety

E-Safety is a very important topic currently at the forefront of our children's lives. It is very important for us to keep our pupils updated and aware of the internet and its dangers as well as positives.

The online safety zone for schools is where you will find information on how young people, staff, and the wider school community can stay safe online. It also contains specific guidance on the Acceptable Use of Hwb+ and other safeguarding guidance documents, resources and advice for education professionals

The following websites are very useful for e-safety knowledge and keeping our children safe online.


https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/


https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/


E-Safety Club!

Mrs Neale runs an 'E-Safety' club for years 3- 6 on a Monday after school. Here the children discuss ways to keep children safe online and create ways to promote this safety. The children have just created a wonderful video displaying the SMART rules with the help of Sian and Louise from EE which we are hoping to share with you very soon.


The children are now working on creating ideas and activities to help raise awareness with our infants children. We hope to share these with the infants in an afternoon session very soon.

Meet our CPP E-Rangers...

Click here to see the wonderful and informative Online Gaming posters our CPP ERangers have created. Please read and become aware of keeping safe online especially whilst playing online games.