There are lots of fun and interesting things you can do on the internet; however, it is important to understand how to stay safe online.
As a school we teach and promote the SMART acronym for online safety.
Click on the pictures below to access the e-safety sites/videos for each year group.
To know who to tell when they feel unsafe online.
To know who and when to tell about an e-safety concern.
To know which information is okay and not okay to share online – Buddy the Dog
To make secure passwords. To identify examples of negative online behaviour.
To explain the effects of their online actions.
To discuss positives and negatives of social media/online world.
To understand techniques used by online ‘scammers’.
The NSPCC have a number of resources that support parents in carers in ensuring that their children are safe online. Please use the below links to learn more.