Internet Safety/E-safeguarding

At Burley Oaks we are working with staff, pupils and parents / carers to create a school community which values the use of new technologies in enhancing learning, encourages responsible use of ICT, and follows agreed policies to minimise potential e-safety risks.

 Click here for the latest e-safety newsletter. 

Please click to view the presentations from our series of e-safety information evenings.

PDF icon E-Safety Information Evening 2016   PDF icon E-safety Information Evening 2017

PDF icon E-Safety Parents' Evening 2015

Our E-Safety Curriculum aims to teach children to have resilience, information and power. Click on the links for more detail.

Reception/Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

Information for parents:

     

The safer internet site above shares a mass of information about how to keep young people safe online. Digital Parenting is an online magazine for parents created by Vodaphone. For more parenting advice and inspiration visit vodafone.com/parents.  

https://www.net-aware.org.uk/ has a guide to the most recent apps and their uses. Each app is explained and judged according to its sign up, privacy and reporting systems.

https://www.healthychildren.org/english/media/Pages/default.aspx provides a tool to talk about appropriate screen time with your family.

ThinkuKnow website for parents                                                Kidsmart website

BBC Internet Safety website                                                      Childnet.com

www.internetmatters.org                                                          Online Safety NSPCC 

CBBC's 'Lifebabble' is a site for 6-12 year olds covering subjects such as online bullying, mental health, body image etc.

The children's commissioner's report (January 2017) details the need for a step change in the way we prepare children for digital life which can be read here. It contains useful advice and information.

Pupils

Staying Safe Online Video for children aged 5-7

  

Staying Safe Online Video for children aged 8-10