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E-safety

 

At Broughton Junior School we believe that educating our children about being safe on-line is very important.  As part of our Computing curriculum all children from Year 3 to Year 6 follow an E-safety Scheme of Work focusing on identifying some of the risks about being on-line and how to keep themselves safe. Should you want any more information about 'e-safety' please contact Mr. Soar via the School Office.

 

 

E-safety policies and procedures

 

The school has an e-safety policy which is agreed by staff, governors and in consultation with parents and children.  This policy can be accessed below:
 
Parents of KS2 children are also asked to sign the Responsible Internet Use permission slip and KS2 pupils also sign and agree to follow the rules too.  A copy of our User Agreement Policy can be found here:

 

Websites for children

 

Children in Year 3 will become familiar with the websites Lee and Kim's Adventure and Hector's World, which are both created by CEOP.  To access these sites follow the below link:
                           
 

 

For children in Years Four to Six their e-safety is based upon CEOPs Cybercafe website which can be accessed using the following link:        

 

 

Safety Week

 

During our Safety Week before half term, Alison Watts from the Bucks Learning Trust, visited the school and presented workshops to the different year groups. Year 3 learnt about 'Lee and Kim's Adventures' and 'Hector's World'. Years 4, 5 & 6 learnt about the Cyber café. All these resources are carefully prepared by CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)

 

  

 

As a part of our 'Safety Week', in conjunction with our friends at i-tech support, we created posters about 'e-safety' which are displayed around the school and in our classrooms!

E - Safety Parents Meeting - Tuesday 1st December

 

Please find some of the resources shared by Alison Watts (The Bucks Learning Trust) in this meeting below:

 

Websites for parents

 

There are many other websites that you can explore with your child and also sites that have information and guidance for parents to keep children safe on-line at home.  Below are a selection of some of these:
 

Think you know's website for parents and carers: 

Vodaphone had begun a Digital Parenting Interactive Magazine which can be viewed using the following link:

Childnet have a website with separate sections for children and parents:

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/parents/

For children CBBC have created a site called CBBC Stay Safe which can be accessed with the following link:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/stay-safe

EE have created a very informative website for parents supporting their children with e-safety.

Nintendo have created information for parents to help keep children safe while playing computer games online:

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