Online Safety Advice
Check out the latest online safety newsletter.
Digital Leader Project
Mrs Beckett and Trumacar digital leaders are launching a new project about being respectful online.
Watch our Safer Internet Day 2019 video on our You Tube channel.
Online Safety Posters
Our Trumacar Digital leaders have been designing online safety posters to raise awareness about pop ups, website age restrictions and sharing personal information.
Latest News and Updates:
10th July 2017: July Esafety newsletter
Leyton, Lewis and Mark
Lucy, Alisia and Daisy
Luke and Connor
Reece, Max, Bradley and Logan
Rian, Nathan and Leon
Shannon, Ellie and Anna
Shijany and Dalyan
Alfie, Ashleigh and Lucy
Beth, Tia and Sophie
Stay Safe Online with Year 3 – 2017
Making sure our children are safe online is becoming more and more important in a world where everyone can be contacted at the touch of a button. Simple advice and guidance on how to keep your child safe online can be found in many places, and helping teach your child why its important to be safe online is essential. Here are a number of websites to help parents keep their children safe online.
Remember these simple rules about staying safe online:
1. Never share your password.
2. Think before you post.
3. Adjust your privacy settings and review them often.
4. Only accept friend requests from people you know personally.
5. Report things that look suspicious.