Our aim is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all the children people in our care. We work hard to ensure that everyone in our community is informed so that they are able to keep themselves and others safe. Online safety is a key aspect of school life and as such, our children are taught how to behave responsibly and safely whilst online within our computing and PSHE curriculum. 

In addition to this, we take part in whole school online safety initiatives such as safer internet day  as well as pupil workshops, in order to educate our children on how their online life affects them.


Useful Websites


Be Internet Legends- Interactive Game (Suitable for KS2) - Play Interland - Be Internet Legends (

ThinkUKnow- lots of advice, games, videos for KS1 and KS2 -  Thinkuknow - home



Who to speak to if you are worried about anything online:

Your class teacher

Mr Powell, Computing Lead

Mrs Bentley, head teacher 

Any member of staff you feel comfortable discussing this matter with


Online Safety Tips

 1. Always think of your personal safety first when using ICT or your mobile phone. Remember it is easy for anyone to lie about who they are online, so you can never really be sure about who you are talking to.

2. Do not give out any personal information about yourself online to people you do not know. This includes your full name, address, street name, postcode or school name.

3. Never give your contact number to anyone who you don’t know.

4. Always remember, what goes online, stays online. Just because you might have deleted a message, photo or video, does not mean that someone hasn’t copied it beforehand. Think about whether you might want potential future employers seeing it?

5. Don’t meet people who you have only spoken to online. They could have a fake profile and not be who they say they are.

6. Don’t be persuaded to send personal photos of yourself to anybody. You may think this person can be trusted but they may pass this image to someone else. It is easy for people to take your pictures and alter them, send them on, or even pretend to be you with them.

7. Always use private settings whenever you are setting up a social networking page or an Instant Messenger (IM) account. This is so people who you don’t want to see your profile can’t.

8. Think about what information your photos give away. Do your photos show what school you go to, where you live, where you ‘hang out’? You might not realise it but photos give away a lot of information about you.

9. Never go onto webcam with people you don’t know in real life. Webcam images can be recorded and copied and also shared with other people.

10. If you receive any messages or pictures that worry or upset you, talk to an adult you trust. You may also report it online via the website or NSPCC