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Bare Trees Primary School

Online Safety

Welcome to our Online Safety page 

Our children at Bare Trees Primary School use the internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. In school, we have regular online safety lessons to remind our children of the importance of staying safe whilst using the internet.

 

At Bare Trees we have security measures in place to help safeguard the children from unsuitable material. Parents and carers can also contribute to keeping children safe online by talking to their children regularly about internet use. At school we follow the SMART rules to help remind us how to stay safe. Please use this page to keep updated and speak to your child's class teacher if you need any advice.

                                       

                               

 

 

 

Get involved in Safer Internet Day 2021

Join us on 9 February 2021 for Safer Internet Day. Find more about trust and reliability online at www.saferinternetday.org.uk#SaferInternetDay #AnInternetWe...

Online Safety App for Parents - Download it now!

Tips for managing your child's screen time - Internet Matters

Watch this video to give you handy tips on how to reduce the amount of screen time you child is exposed to.

How to talk to your child about Online Bullying

Reporting Online Abuse 

If you are concerned about something your child has seen or experienced online, you can report it to the UK's National Crime Agency.  

If you need any advice on protecting your child or reporting online abuse, visit the CEOP website by following the link below. 

 

Useful Leaflets, Booklets and Posters

Promoting Online Safety

 

At our school, we know how important promoting staying safe online is. We also know that you are also keen to promote ways to stay safe at home too. We believe the key to promoting online safety is to have open and honest conversations with our children. Many children don't feel they can speak to an adult because they believe adults don't understand the online world. We aim to support and educate parents, carers and children to become confident digital citizens. 

 

Here at Bare Trees, we promote online safety in a range of ways:

 

* Termly Online Safety Assemblies

* Parent & Carer Workshops

* PSHE & Computing Lessons 

* Staff Training

* Digital Leaders

* SMART Posters

* Updates On Our Website

* Safer Internet Day Celebrations

* Acceptable Use Agreements

 

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