e-Safety​

Our Schools Designated Safeguarding Lead Officer is: Mrs Claire Eastwood

Our School's Deputy Safeguarding Lead Officers are; Mrs Alison Collins & Miss Jessica Millard

Our Lead Safeguarding Governor is Mr Dave Tucker

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360 safe logoNeroche Primary School uses the 360 Safe Scheme to develop both our childrens and parents understanding of E-Safety. We have a rolling programme of lessons dedicated to promoting E Safety which are within our Keeping Safe and Healthy curriculum.​

  
  
would-you-spot-a-child-at-risk-of-grooming.pdf
  
Internet Safety Letter.pdf
  
School Safeguarding Contacts.pdf
  
are-you-social-media-savvy.pdf
  

Links & Resources

  • https://slp.somerset.org.uk/sites/edtech/SitePages/e-Safety/Parents%20Page.aspx​​ - A very useful resource for parents from our own Somerset County Council
  • https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ - This website is provided by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. This site contains information for a range of audiences on internet safety and safe surfing for young people. The site also includes a “virtual police station” for reporting concerns.
  • http://www.childnet.com/ - Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
  • http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/ - Sections for different audiences.  The section for teachers provides materials for classroom use and for distribution to parents and carers.  There are also lesson plans and activity sheets which cover key areas of concern.
  • ​​​​​​BBC Newsround provides an easy to read advice guide on E-Safety, some of which you will find below:

      

"It's always a good idea to make sure a parent, teacher or guardian knows when you're surfing the net"​.


That way, if you see or are sent anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or upset while you're online, you can tell them.

What information shouldn't I put online?

Don't give out any personal information online as people may use it to contact you when you don't want them to.

Unless you have an adult's permission, never give out:

  • Your real name or your friends' names
  • Your home, school or email address
  • Your home or mobile phone numbers
  • A photo of yourself
  • Your parents' bank or credit card details
Can I meet people I meet online in person?

Don't arrange to meet anyone you've met online, no matter how well you think you know them, without your parent or carer's permission.

Meeting someone you've only been in touch with online can be dangerous as they may have been lying about who they are.

Even if you get permission, make sure you have an adult with you when you meet for the first time."

Fnd out more: Advice and tips for staying safe online.​