Parent's guide to e-safety
We take our responsibility to keep your children safe online very seriously, and part of this is providing parents with up to date e-safety information. Below you will find links to a range of sites that provide e-safety advice and information. There are also links to children's e-safety sites on the Pupils and Classes tab.
We have an e-safety committee in school and the children are represented by the school council. Mrs Ball is the e-safety coordinator and Mrs Westerwijk takes overall responsibility for e-safety in school.
If you have any questions please speak to your child's class teacher.
E-Safety information and advice to help parents keep their children safe while on line is available from this link to THINK YOU KNOW.