Online Safety 

Technology is now an essential part of our everyday lives from the moment we get up until we go to sleep there will be hardly a moment when some bit of technology is not either directly or indirectly involved in what we are doing. Examples include: mobile phones, tablet computers, television, radio alarm clocks, chip and pin cards, shopping tills, bar code readers, central heating timers, microwave ovens. The list is endless.

 Our school uses monitoring software to make sure our pupils are safe when using the internet in school. Pupils must agree to our Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) before using our computers. This can be found below. 


Knowing how to stay safe and protect yourself online is very important. Follow the links below to find out how you can stay safe whilst using technology:


Advice for keeping safe online.

Safer Internet Day


A website where children can report inappropriate things they have found online.

BBC Webwise

Has articles about staying safe online, including: Facebook, uploading and password security. 


Internet Safety Day took place on Tuesday 7th February and our pupils produced work  themed around this. For more information on Internet Safety Day click on the link here. Below are some examples of the work produced.

Pupils in the guise of advice columnists were asked to answer fictitious questions about online safety issues. This work was produced by Kyle: