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Online Safety

Staying safe when using technology is vitally important.  E-safety is taught throughout the year and children are aware of the procedures that are in place, in order to ensure they are safe when online.  We aspire for our children to confidently and independently use and apply information technology skills to support and extend their learning.  We hope to develop a culture where the use of ICT becomes second nature to our pupils, thus ensuring they are ready and able to embrace the technological advances in their futures.

Click here to explore some helpful websites about internet safety. These can be used to help educate your children.  

Foundation Stage pupils have the opportunity to use computers from the day they start school. They play games, listen to stories and support their early learning through a variety of programs and experiences. They quickly learn how to use equipment and programs safely and sensibly.

Over the years, pupils will develop skills in ICT that will provide them with skills for life. They will investigate ways to research and handle statistical information. They will use simple programming, design control and animation tools to develop independence skills and techniques. Overall the children have a wide experience of Information Technology and have the opportunity to learn and develop their computer knowledge, understanding and skills at their own level thus becoming increasingly independent and innovative.

Click here for CEOP guidance on E-Safety which you may find useful.

Here are some useful links and videos from the Online Safety Parent Workshop (March 2023)

If you have any questions or worries about internet safety please see Mrs Yates.