The Arthur Terry School with staff, pupils and parents/carers work together 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.
We discuss, monitor and review our e-safety policy on a regular basis, linking it with other relevant policies such as Safeguarding, Pupil Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policies. We support staff in the use of ICT as an essential tool for enhancing learning and in the embedding of e-safety across the whole school curriculum.
We ensure that pupils are aware of the potential e-safety risks associated with the use of ICT and mobile technologies, that pupils feel able and safe to report incidents and abide by the school’s e-safety policy.
We provide opportunities for parents/carers to receive e-safety education and information, to enable them to support their children in developing good e-safety behaviour.
There is also a really useful link on our website called Thinkuknow which gives support to parents / carers and children. The link below takes you to free Parental Control Software.
- Internet Safety Day 2019
- Online Safety Guide for parents (internet matters.org)
- Parents Guide To Instagram
- Parents Guide to SnapChat
- ConnectSafely – all parent guides
- Online Gaming An Introduction For Parents And Carers
- Set content restrictions on Windows 10 and Xbox One
- How to set parental controls and spending limits – Playstation
- www.breckfoundation.org – Foundation created on the death of a young man who was groomed by an online predator who killed the 14 year old boy, web site created by the family. Useful web site for avid gamers identifies risks.
- http://bestrongonline.antibullyingpro.com/ – Be Strong Online is a free peer-led programme to empower young people to promote positive on line behaviour in the their schools and communities.
- http://www.childnet.com/ – Internet site offering internet safety guidance. Very good web site similar to CEOPS and Internet matters.