We hold a number of assemblies through the school year, where we deliver our E-Safety messages to the rest of the school using videos and presentations.
Every term we do a special assembly and frequently invite our internet safety governor Matt Kingdon to speak.
We undertook a survey of the children to find out about their computer and internet use, and assess their views on their own e-safety.
In KS2, most pupils go online to play games.
Half of the children spend less than an hour a day online.
Of the 40 children asked 13 said they had seen something online that had upset them and 15 had received nasty comments. 37 said they would turn to parents for advice/help and 24 said they would tell a teacher.
31 children said they knew how to protect their online information.
Following the launch of Pokemon Go in the UK, parents need to learn
how to keep their children safe while using the game. Information can be found at:
internetmatters.org advice on Pokemon Go
Below you will find some useful E-Safety links, click on the icons to access these external sites.
CEOPS Thinkuknow website, teaching safe internet use for 5 - 7 year olds
CEOPS Thinkuknow website, teaching safe internet use for 8 - 10 year olds
CEOPS Thinkuknow website, teaching safe internet use for 11 - 13 year olds
Hectors World Cartoons
CEOPS Thinkuknow website, providing advice for parents
Childnet internet safety advice for primary school children
Childnet internet safety advice for parents and carers
Childnet internet safety advice about social networking sites
CBBC - Stay Safe
Pokemon Go advice for parents
Internet Safety Presentation June 2018