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eSafety

This fact sheet gives you a general overview of eSafety
 
There is a whole new language developing around online activity.  Sometimes it is literal abbreviations (LOL) however some are more potent.  This guides is to help parents identify abbreviations that their children may be using
 
A "Respect me" guide which focuses on the importance of parents connecting with their children to address cyberbullying, rather than simply unplugging the computer or taking internet access away.
 
Video games can be played online against other people.  This guide helps parents understand the evolving world of online games and how to enjoy them sensible and safely.
 
Sir Herbert Leon works with staff, pupils and parents / carers to create a school community which values the use of new technologies in enhancing learning, encourages responsible use of ICT, and follows agreed policies to minimise potential e-safety risks.
We discuss, monitor and review our e-safety policy on a regular basis, linking it with other relevant policies such as Safeguarding, Pupil Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policies. We support staff in the use of ICT as an essential tool for enhancing learning and in the embedding of e-safety across the whole school curriculum.
We ensure that pupils are aware of the potential e-safety risks associated with the use of ICT and mobile technologies, that pupils feel able and safe to report incidents and abide by the school’s e-safety policy.
If you have any questions about eSafety or have something to report contact Mrs Turner our eSafety Officer
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