“Children and young people are leading the way in using new technology but some don’t know enough about how to keep themselves safe, and some don’t realise how important their role is in keeping themselves and others safe.”
UKCCIS, Child Internet Safety Strategy.
At St Paul’s Primary School we know from first-hand experience that the internet is a powerful way to enhance and broaden a child’s education. Teaching and learning in every subject in the curriculum can make good use of
However, we also know that the Internet allows access to a great deal of entertainment, information and communication which is not related to school-based learning and children, being naturally curious, will want to explore and investigate. We are aware that children have access to the internet both in and outside of school. At St
Keeping children completely isolated from the internet may be tempting, but in the long
Our school website is a communication tool, helping and guiding parents and children on important issues. Internet security is of great importance and is an area to which we pay great attention.
|Information for setting up a device safely.pdf||Download|
|Information Parents need to know about Fortnite.docx||Download|
|Think before you click!.pdf||Download|
|Online Safety Suggestions for Parents of Young Children.pdf||Download|
|Children ICT & e-safety - Information for parents and carers.pdf||Download|
|Stay Safe Online – Cleveland Police.pdf||Download|
|Cleveland Police Cyber Crime Online Child Safety.pdf||Download|
THINK U KNOW 5-7
The “Think U Know” website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre. There’s a lot of information here for both children and adults – parents even have their own area of the site.