We take children’s safeguarding very seriously in school and understand e-safety is something we all have to work together on. E-safety is part of Safeguarding for us and our E-safety policy is an appendix to the Safeguarding policy. Our aim is to help children stay safe online through education, empowering them to make the right decisions.
What should your child do if they see something that upsets them?
- Always tell a trusted adult straight away.
- Save any messages that have upset you so you can show them to who you tell.
- If you don’t want to talk to a trusted adult, you may want to chat to someone else about how you feel. ChildLine is a site where you can have a private chat with someone who will listen to you and not judge you. You can also call them for free on 0800 1111 and it won’t show up on your phone bill.
Also, do use the NSPCC 'Net-aware' site for lots of up to date information about popular games and apps.Childnet International also has good advice and links to resources to parents and teachers alike.