As part of our safeguarding duties, we also take E-Safety seriously. Our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) are trained in e-safety issues and are aware of the potential for serious child protection / safeguarding issues that may arise from:
- sharing of personal data
- access to illegal / inappropriate materials
- inappropriate on-line contact with adults / strangers
- potential or actual incidents of grooming
Staff, including Governors, also receive annual training. Children are taught about E-Safety as part of the curriculum and take part in activities for the annual ‘Safer Internet Day’. As well as providing parents with regular updates on E-Safety matters via ParentMail, parents are invited and encouraged to attend an E-Safety awareness session annually.
Please refer to our Safeguarding and E-Safety policies in the sidebar for further guidance.