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E-safety information.  Keeping your child safe online

Is your child safe online?


At Studfall Juniors, Infants and Nursery we work hard to educate children on the importance of staying safe online.  We teach E-safety, cyberbullying, netiquette and grooming/stranger danger using CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) guidelines.  We educate the children about staying safe and the dangers they may face.  We do this through stories, activities, assemblies, PSHE lessons, songs and videos.

We have clear internet rules, which you can find on this page.   We have child friendly, supportive procedures to allow children to report worries or concerns.  
 
We want the children at Studfall School to be responsible internet users.  However, we also know the importance of adult supervison and we monitor user activity very closely.

We run an annual E-Safety parent session to guide you on how you can support your child.  More information will be sent out nearer the time.

For more information please click links to the NSPCC and Think U Know websites. 

 

   

 

 

The CEOP image at the top of the page will provide you with advice, help and means to report a crime.

 

The link below will allow you to watch Lee and Kim video.  This is an important part of our Foundation Stage/KS1 and lower KS2 curriculum.

 

 

The link below will allow you to watch the Jigsaw video.  We use this as part of our upper KS2 curriculum.  Please note this video is suitable for children over 8.

 

 

 

 

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