Safer Internet Day!

E-Safety at St Chad's

Protecting students’ means providing a safe learning environment by using appropriate monitoring and filtering to control what students can access while at school. But, this only protects them while they are on school premises. Education around e-safety is the only way to ensure that, wherever they are, they know how to stay safe online.
 
How To Stay Safe Online
Think You Know
Online safety advice, support and reporting        Online Safety At Home          Receiving Unwanted Nudes
 

Parent information
Parent Info provides support and advice to parents, with contributions from the leading experts and organisations in matters related to young people and families in a digital world.

The NSPCC have losts of advice for teachers and parents.
 
Department for Education: 
There is advice for parents on how to stay say online on the GOV.CO.UK. There are several practical guides for parents on how to keep their child safe online, including safe use of social media. Further information can be found here

St Chad's
At St Chad’s Year 7 pupils complete work in Computer Science lessons to highlight including Online Behaviour, Protecting your online reputation, How to use social networking safely, Data security, Cybercrime (Computer Use Laws) and many other areas around E-Safety.
Our Acceptable Use Policy / Internet Safety policy is in place and all parents /pupils must agree to the terms before pupils are allowed to access the school network.  As a faith school E-safety is also built into our SMSC Morning Prayer programme.


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