Technology is a fundamental part of our everyday lives. It impacts upon the way we work, teach, learn and play. At St Edburg’s we recognise that technology can be exciting, innovative and fun, but that it can also expose us to risks and dangers.
We are committed to educating our children about how to keep safe, happy, healthy and in control wherever and whenever they are online.
For more information about computing and e-safety learning in school please click here.
Advice for Parents
Parents and Carers play a key role in keeping children safe when they are online. Social apps, gaming and other online communications grow, change and develop all the time. New apps grow in popularity quickly among young people, and parents need to be aware of changing apps along with the benefits and risks associated with them.
The websites below provide clear guidance for parents on a range of subjects including gaming, apps, cyber bullying and inappropriate online behaviour.
Visit the NSPCC Net Aware site for great information on apps, gaming, chat and keeping children safe on line.
Visit the CEOP site if you wish to report inappropriate or activity on line, something that just 'was not right'.