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E-Safety Statement

 

Our intention is to ensure the safety and well-being of all the young people in our care. This statement about e-safety shows our commitment to this. It is a dynamic statement and subject to change, reflecting the dynamic context of technology. We intend that all members of our community should be informed and enabled and, as a consequence, should be able to keep themselves and others safe.

 

With the ever evolving world of technology and constant introduction of new emerging technologies, e-safety is a key aspect of school life embedded across our curriculum. Our students are taught how to behave responsibly and safely whilst online during dedicated lessons throughout the year.

 

In addition to this, times are dedicated throughout the year towards whole-school e-safety initiatives such as e-safety based assemblies, in order to educate our students on how their online life affects them. Please see the Computing curriculum map on the curriculum page of the website for further information.

 

Key Staff Members:

 

Mrs Fenton – Deputy Head, Computing Lead, Safeguarding Team

Mrs Williams – Deputy Head, Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Locke – Behaviour Mentor, Safeguarding Team

 

Please find below our E-Safety Policy and useful websites for further information.

 

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/stay-safe

http://www.barnsley.gov.uk/services/education-learning-and-childcare/schools-and-colleges/advice-and-support-for-children-and-young-people-being-bullied/esafety/ 

www.childnet.com

 www.chatdanger.com

www.beatbullying.org

www.bullying.co.uk

On Tuesday 7th February 2017 it's Safer Internet Day.

This year we all watched an appropriate video discussing an aspect of E-Safety and discussed these in our classes.

You can find the videos we watched below.

As a school we also all cover E-Safety as a Computing Unit in the Autumn Term.

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E Safety Policy

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