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We are e-safe



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. Reed or Mrs Rackham 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


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

This term's E-Safety theme is:

Managing online information 


During the Spring half term the E-safety theme will be managing online information where children will be educated on the importance of keeping their personal information safe but also what is appropriate to share with others. 





Monthly Updates for E safety.

Please find termly updates on how to keep children safe on the internet. The documents attached give important information about games, apps, social media platforms and websites that children commonly use.  There are also examples of true stories highlighting the signs of possible dangers when using the internet.


NSPCC - Net aware Click the link for explanations on the newest online platforms and how to ensure your child stays safe. 


A hashtag cautionary tale is a great resource to help discuss the dangers of the internet in a child friendly way allowing for natural discussion and questions to arise.  
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:

For children CBBC have created a site called CBBC Stay Safe which can be accessed with the following link:

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:


Parent Info