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E-Safety at school

We use a wide range of technology in our school to support the children's learning in all areas of the curriculum and e-Safety is always at the forefront of our teaching. All the children in our school are taught about the risks involved when using the Internet so they know how to stay safe. Children are taught about e-Safety in their classes, in assemblies and by visits from our local PCSO's. 


We teach our children the SMART rules and these are displayed in all our classrooms as a reminder of how to stay safe online.  

S - Keep SAFE

Don't give out your personal information when you are online.

This includes your name, email address, phone number and passwords.

M - Don’t MEET up

Never meet up with someone you only know online, this can be dangerous.

People you have been talking to online are still strangers, even if you have been talking to them for a long time.

A - ACCEPTING emails, files, pictures or messages can be dangerous

Don't accept emails, messages, or open files, pictures or texts from people you don't know. 


Not all people are reliable, they might not be who they say they are.

Always check information with someone who knows, books or other websites.

T - TELL Someone

Always tell a parent, carer, friend or trusted adult if you feel uncomfortable or worried.


Classroom Poster

Useful websites 


The links provide guidelines for parents, carers and children on safe practice.

Think U Know

Get Safe Online

Safer Internet Advice for Parents and Carers