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ESafety

E-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Elmhurst and we have extensive measures in place to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material. E-safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online. 

E-Safety in the curriculum

If you have been a victim of online abuse or you're worried this is happening to someone you know, let us know safely and securely by clicking on this CEOP link.

E-Safety

The following links provide information for children on how to keep safe at school and home when using the internet.

 

Internet Safety
The kidSMART website provides information for children on how to remain safe when using the internet in a range of ways including social networks and chat rooms.

 

 Click on the logo to visit the KidSMART website.

Social Networking - Childnet International
Click on the link to access a useful booklet from Childnet International explaining how to keep safe when using Social Networking Sites.

 

Key Stage 1

If you are 5, 6 or 7 you probably like to use the computer for fun. It is important that you make sure you are safe when using the computer. You can find more information at:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/4_7

Key Stage 2

If you're between 8 and 11, you probably know a lot about using the internet. Even though you've been using the internet for a while you can still make sure you keep yourself safe. You can find more information at:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/

 

Being Kind

  • The internet is just like the real world - kind people use the internet, but some nasty people do too.
  • It's important that you are nice and kind when you use the computer to talk to people. Even if you can't see someone, things you write might still upset them. 
  • If anyone is nasty to you or makes you unhappy - you MUST tell a grown up so that they can help you and make the person stop.
E-Safety Sites for Parents
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