At Heyes Lane Primary School we are committed to ensuring the safety of all our pupils. Part of this commitment is to ensure the safety of our children when they are using the World Wide Web, both within school and when they access it from outside of the school grounds.
Through our Computing curriculum we teach our children that they have a right to feel safe when using technology and what they should do if they see any content that is inappropriate or makes them feel uncomfortable.
The Footlights Online Safety presentation, which is aimed at parents (minus some of the video clips) has been uploaded below and we hope that this will help you with an understanding of how to help your children to stay safe when using the technology which we are now surrounded by in our digital world. As with any concerns that you have about your child, we welcome discussion with parents and are available if you have an issue you wish to discuss.
You will also find below some links to websites which offer advice on a range of internet safety issues and advice and reviews about books, films, APPs and computer games suggesting appropriate ages for use.
Thank you for taking the time to fill in the E-Safety Concerns sheets at Parents Evening this week. We will be working to ensure that we address the issues raised through lessons during our E-safety week from Monday 27th March - Friday 31st March 2017. An E-Safety newsletter will be uploaded to this page, and emailed out to parents shortly.