E-safety forms on important part of our school's safeguarding procedures. We teach children how to stay safe whilst online at school and at home through PSHE lessons, assemblies, in computing lessons and as part of our annual internet safety week.
The policy attached explain how we do this and how the governors ensure staff and other adults in school manage the safe use of information sharing via class blogs, apps such as Tapestry and Class Blogs and social media. 

Online safety rules

 I agree to follow these rules when using the Internet:

 I will not share my username, password or personal information with anyone else

  • I will make sure that ICT communication with other users is responsible, polite and sensible
  • I will not look for, save or send anything that could be upsetting or cause offence. If I accidentally find anything like this I will tell a teacher immediately
  • I will only upload materials which are free from copyright and suitable for school use
  • I will not deliberately misuse or deface other users’ work
  • I understand that if I intentionally misuse ICT I will lose my access privileges. Further action may also be taken in line with school and Local Authority Policy
  • I know that my use of the Internet is monitored and further action may be taken if a member of school staff is concerned about my safety
  • I will be responsible for my behaviour when using the Internet because I know that these rules are designed to keep me safe
  • I will keep my phone switched off (not on silent mode) and hand it in to the main office before the start of the school day and collect it at the end of the day
  • I understand and agree to the rules above and am aware there may be sanctions if I do not follow them