Internet Safety

Internet Safety 
Each year we hold our annual Internet Safety Day in line with The Safer INternet Uk Centre, where all in school take part in lessons, discussions and role play appropriate for their age. Special assemblies are held. Photographs are taken and uploaded onto Tapestry and Earwig.

Here are some of the important rules which are covered yearly:

  1. Never arrange to meet anyone you have had contact with online without the permission of a trusted adult.
  2. Be in control of what you share online - don't give out personal details.
  3. Everything you share online could be seen by everyone - be careful what photographs and information you put online.
  4. Tell a trusted adult which internet sites you are looking at - follow the rules that you are set.
  5. If you are worried or concerned about anything you see or receive online tell a trusted adult.
  6. Do not respond to unwanted messages or e.mails.
  7. Some people use the internet to be nasty to others - tell a trusted adult.
  8. Choose strong passwords, change them regularly and don't tell anybody what they are.
  9. It is never ok to be rude or horrible or make threats to anyone in any message online.

Each year there is a specific focus on what is covered.



Through our Computing work and PSHE, we teach the children about the good points and the downsides of the internet. We also discuss the dangers of cyber-bullying and the importance of telling someone if there is a problem. Click on the link for more information: Cyber-Crime-Cyberbullying-Advice-Sheet-Youths.pdf (


When you are using our school website, if you come across something which you are not happy about, please let a member of staff know.

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