Safer Internet Day was celebrated on the 8th February 2022.
The theme this year was All Fun and Games? Exploring relationships and respect online. Pupils throughout school have completed many fun and exciting activities that encouraged them how to use the internet responsibly.
Watch our KS1 assembly here:
Watch our KS2 assembly here:
Quotes from the Children
The children had a fantastic day and thoroughly enjoyed the activities. Here is what some of our pupils said.
"Staying safe online is really important."
"I know how to stay safe online."
"I loved the different activities we did on Safer Internet Day."
"If I feel uncomfortable with something online I know who I can speak to about it"
On this page you will find up-to-date information to help keep you safe online.
E-Safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online.
We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.
A great website to use is National Online Safety. On this website you can find guides about how to keep safe while using popular websites, apps, games and consoles. There are specific pages for each app that make you aware of potenital risks, top tips for parents, and safety tips. Please look through the files at the bottom of the page for some examples of the guides.
For further help and support in setting up parental controls, visit: https://www.internetmatters.org/
For more information on age ratings or to check game content, visit: VSC Rating Board videostandards.org.uk
It is so important that we keep our children safe when using any electronic device. Please support and encourage online safety by talking to your child about keeping safe online and by checking the settings on all devices, old and new.