e-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at St Rose's School . We have security measures in place in school, to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material.
Any e-Safety incidents are recorded and managed. e-Safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online.
We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.
Online Safety Parent Presentation 2022
Resources we use to teach on-line safety
On-line safety is part of our computing curriculum at school. We also use the Digiduck story resources from Childnet to support our young children's understanding of how to stay safe on-line.
Digiduck has been specially developed to help parents / carers and teachers educate children aged 3 -7 years old about on-line safety. Digiduck resources contain stories, videos and posters.
The Digiduck series helps children to learn about being a good friend on-line, safe gaming, the reliability of information on the internet and positive uses of the internet.
Parents / Carers can find out more about DigiDuck and watch the videos using the link below.
Websites with useful information
This site has lots of useful information for parents / carers including instructions for setting up parental controls and privacy settings on devices.
Think u know
Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline. Parents / Carers and explore one of the six Thinkuknow websites for advice about staying safe when you're on a phone, tablet or computer. Think U know has a dedicated website with advice for children aged 4 to 7 years old.
CEOP is a law enforcement agency and is here to help keep children and young people safe from sexual abuse and grooming online. They help thousands of children and young people every year. Young people and parents can get advice on a range of issues such as viruses, hacking and dealing with bullying online. Incidents can be reported to CEOP using the website.