E-Safety

Welcome to our E-Safety page!

Thank you to those who took part in our E-Safety presentation on the 23rd November. Thank you to Greggs for providing free cakes for all those who attended. Please keep you eyes open for the next E-Safety workshop.

E-sSafety is all our responsibility. We have a duty to our children to teach them how to be safe online. At St Paul's we are teaching eSafety across the Key Stages. Each classroom has an eSafety poster in it and children are reminded of our rules for keeping safe each lesson.

As part of our E-Safety education at St Paul's we will be working each half term on specifically designed E-Safety units where we will be teaching our children age appropriate skills to keep them safe online.

E-SAFETY NEWSLETTER

First Edition - St Paul's ESafety Newsletter

Second Edition - St Paul's ESafety Newsletter

 

Below you will some E-Safety reading that will help you and your child use the internet safely.

If you have any E-Safety concerns please let the school know via the front office.

*** NEW IN *** Support on how to make apps and social media safer for children - great advice and tips- click the link below 

Parent Newsletters

Information you may find helpful when dealing with the Interent and safety from E-Safety Adviser.com

Sleeping and Dreaming, an E-Safety concern?

18 Rated Games and Social Networks

Setting Computer Boundaries

Video Games

Apps and Apps

How to discuss safe use with your child

Risks of Facebook

DITTO September 2016 Sexting, Cyber-bullying

 

 

E-Safety


In This Section...

Websites to help parents
eSafety Websites for Parents and Carers Mind the Gap - Conversation Starter Kit Mind the Gap - Conversation Starter Kit Connecting with...

eSafety Games
eSafety Games Here you can find some games that children can play to help them learn about eSafety. BBC Stay Safe Do you know how to stay safe onli...