Online Safety

New technologies inspire children to be creative, communicate and learn. However, while the internet is a great resource, it is important that children and young people are protected from the risks they may encounter.

Park View Primary School maintains a whole-school approach to Online Safety ensuring that all staff recognise and are aware of Online Safety issues. There is a commitment to training, the development of policies, and a straightforward consistent approach when tackling an incident.

Park View Primary School engages with and encourages pupils, parents and the wider school community in the reporting of potential Online Safety issues.

The school holds events between parents and training for staff where advice and information is offered regarding Online Safety and safeguarding issues.

The Online Safety Co-ordinator at Park View School is Mrs E Udall, Deputy Head Teacher.

Online Safety Policy

Anti-Cyberbullying Policy

Park View Parent Zone

Check out our news, features, advice and reviews to keep up to date with all that’s current in online safety and help your child enjoy the good bits of the internet without letting the bad bits spoil their fun. Click here for link.

Other useful links

Thinkuknow

Safer Internet Day 2019

We will be reinforcing learning about safer use of the internet throughout school during Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 5th February 2019. Classes will further discuss how to be safe online and will complete activities to consolidate messages regarding this. There will also be assemblies to promote appropriate and safe use for children when they are online. Please click on this link from www.saferinternet.org in order to access free resources and guidance for parents and families. Safer Internet Day 2019

Thank you for your continued support.

For helpful support about e-safety and safer internet use at home please see the guidance document from the NSPCC.

Child Safety Link

E-Safety Tips for Parents of Preschool Children

E-Safety Tips for Parents of Primary School Children

Share Aware  https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/

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