E-Safety

Children at St Leonard's school use the internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. In school, we have regular 'e-safety' activities in ICT lessons to remind children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online.

Below are a few links to some very useful information regarding e-safety for parents, carers and children.

In school we follow the S.M.A.R.T rules for staying safe online.

If you are a child, parent or carer and would like to report anything relating to e-safety, if you have any concerns about any aspect of e-safety or if you would like advice regarding how to say safe online please fill in the contact form below with your name and contact details. The contact form is monitored daily and all information will be treated with the strictest of confidence.

 

Contact Form

 

The 'Know IT all' website has lots of useful information for parents and carers through interactive videos and presentations.

Follow the advice for primary schools to watch the adventures of Captain Kara and Winston's adventure as they learn about the S.M.A.R.T rules.

   

 

The “Thinkuknow” website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) centre. You may have seen some of their video clips on National TV recently.

There’s a lot of information here for both children and adults – parents even have their own area of the site.

Teachers have the chance to train from the professionals and then deliver suitable training in schools
   

The Kid Smart website is a brilliant resource for learning about e-safety. It has lots of top tips on issues such as social networking and online gaming.

 

It is aimed at children in Key Stage 2 but also has advice for parents and carers.

   

This webite provides lots of links to useful websites relating to e-safety for parents and carers.
   

At school we have the Hector's world safety button installed onto the computers it is useful resource to have at home because if your child sees something that makes them feel confused or scared when using the computer, they can click on Hector (or one of his friends) to cover the screen while they get some help.

 

Download Hectors safety button for your computer at home. Click on the icon.

   

If your child is 5,6 or 7 click on the picture to explore appropriate activities to support them in learning about e-safety.

   

If your child is 8, 9 or 10 click on the picture opposite to explore some activities to support them in learning about e-safety.
   

Click on Dongle the Rabbit to visit his pages where your child can take an e-safety quiz, learn an e-safety song or download the e-safety rules screen saver (with an adults permission).
   

Click on the image opposite to visit the CBBC Newsround pages dedicated to e-safety. This site has lots of useful advice and quizzes for children to take part in.
   

This section of the T-Mobile website has useful advice regarding mobile phone safety for parents.
   

This is a nice game to help children learn about e-safety. Children help Captain Broadband fight the nasty character by learning about safety and security while surfing the Web
   

Click on the image opposite to visit the Net Smartz Kids website for lots of e-safety activities.
   

Click on the WonderWebWorld Icon to learn how to stay safe online.

 

Called Caught in the Web, it tells the story of a girl who gets into trouble after her virtual life in an online chatroom spills into the real world.

 

The programme is narrated by former Doctor Who star David Tennant.

Suitable for children in Key Stage 2 only.

Follow the Smart Crew in their quest to make SMART online decisions