How to keep children safe online

'Safer Internet Day' was on Tuesday 7th February 2023 and as a school we are working hard to ensure that the children understand the importance of using digital technology in a safe, positive and responsible way. The children within each year group took part in different lessons and activities which enhanced their understanding and awareness of the importance of internet safety.
The theme for the day this year was 'Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online'.  
The children also took part in a competition, to design a poster to raise awareness about the ways in which we can stay safe online. 
We have shared some examples of the children's learning from the day below.
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Our recent  Online Safety Survey revealed that over 40% of parents/carers do not know what a PEGI rating for games is.
PEGI provides advice regarding the age suitability of a game. Please see the document below for more information.
We have also added useful information leaflets below which you can download. They provide advice for parents and carers to support their children to grow as responsible digital citizens. 



Files to Download

Student Login

Department for Education and Skills-School Achievement Award Logo
Arts Council Artsmark Gold Award
Church and School artnership Award Two
Children's University Logo
Healthy School Logo
Naace ICT Mark Accredited
British council International School award
British Council International School Award
UNICEF Rights Respecting School
School Games Award 2017-2018
Sure Start
Magic Breakfast Fuel for Learning
Internation School Award-2019-2022
Food Hygiene Rating Five
Arts Council England-Working Towards Artsmark

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