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Our E-Safety leads are Ms Sharratt and Mr Shea
In school, we believe that technology can be greatly beneficial to a child's academic progress and add an exciting dimension to their learning experiences. We place great importance on ensuring that pupils' use of these technologies occur in a controlled and safe environment. All children receive specific E-safety lessons as part of the computing curriculum as well as constant references to staying safe when using technology throughout their time in school. All technologies used in school are monitored using Impero software.
For more information about E Safety in school, please view the E-safety policy in the School Policies section of the Parents Zone.
If you wish to report an E Safety issue to the school then please contact Mr Shea
Important information for parents: Fortnite
It has come to our attention that some of the children in school are playing a game called Fortnite.
The NSPCC have raised concerns relating to children being “groomed” or bullied over the internet.
Parents are advised to turn off the voice chat system in the game to make sure children are not speaking to strangers. Unfortunately, there is no way to turn off the text system which means that strangers can send messages to and from your child.
The game has an age restriction of 12 which means no child in this school should be playing it and as a school we agree with this. However, if you wish your child to play Fortnite we would strongly recommend this is only when being watched by an adult.
If you would like any further support or assistance relating to this or any other issue’s, please contact Ms Sharratt or Mr Shea.
Click on the link below to view the school's E Safety at home report and findings.
We are now a member of the National Online Safety scheme. This means staff and governors have received training related to the latest E Safety issues and further training is available to parents. Excellent information about a range of prominent issues can be found in the files below.