E-Safety

 

LATEST NEWS!

Have a look at the new BBC Own It website. There are lots of great resources, videos, games and quizzes all about online safety and healthy living for children, young people and parents! There is also an app that can be downloaded.

https://www.bbc.com/ownit

 

 

What is E-Safety?

E-Safety is all about helping our pupils to understand how to stay safe online, whether they are using their computers, tablets, phones or any other devices. It also helps children to better understand how to respond to issues around cyber-bullying, texting and social media as they get older.

Why is it important?

Thanks to the internet, children today grow up with access to amazing technology, games, media and learning online. However, this also comes with an element of risk and our pupils need to know how to stay safe online and what to do if they encounter a problem or are worried about anything that happens online.

What is the most important rule?

We teach our pupils about e-Safety throughout their time at our school - but the most important rule they need to remember is:

TELL A TRUSTED ADULT!

Whenever they are unsure or worried about anything they might have seen or done online, especially if it involves someone else online that they may not know, they should tell a trusted adult, such as a family member, family friend or any of our school staff.

 

Resources for parents and children:

Here are some useful websites where you can find more information, resources, activities and games, which will help you and your children to stay safe online:

CEOP - information for adults about this nationwide initiative from the Police Service.

Think U Know - a website for children, part of the Police and CEOP online safety resources.

CBBC TV programmes for children all about e-safety.

UK Safer Internet Centre - resources for primary age children.

Childline - resources and information for older children, including mobile phone safety.

KidSMART - activities and resource for children about online safety.

Files to Download

Other pages

Contact the School

Bishop Lonsdale Primary School

186 St Alban's Road
Derby
DE22 3HH

For Safeguarding concerns please e-mail safeguarding@bishoplonsdale.derby.sch.uk

Main Contact: Mrs C O'Rafferty (Head of School)

Tel: 01332344795
admin@bishoplonsdale.derby.sch.uk

SEN Contact: Mrs C Bladon (Inclusion Manager)

SEN Email: senco@bishoplonsdale.derby.sch.uk

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