Please see below for our latest Ofsted Report which was carried out on 27.11.19.

E-Safety

 

With the increased use of the internet and online learning we need to be even more aware of how to keep ourselves safe whilst learning.

Please click on pictures below for links to support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online.

 

Coronavirus, What You Need to Know - Professionals & Parents
https://swgfl.org.uk/magazine/what-you-need-to-know-professionals-and-parents/

Safe Remote Learning (SWGfL)
https://swgfl.org.uk/resources/safe-remote-learning/

Flyer
https://swgfl.org.uk/assets/documents/safer-remote-learning-flyer.pdf

Safeguarding Guidance (LGfL)
https://coronavirus.lgfl.net/safeguarding

 

Policy for COVID 19 2020.pdf

 

 

 

Parents can find useful information and advice on the following websites,

some with age relevant videos and games for their children to engage in.

Please click on pictures below.

 Children Parents & Carers

 

 

  

An award winning practical internet safety programme  website for schools, young people, parents, and agencies, produced by the  children's internet charity Childnet International. It includes the adventures of the SMART crew and Smartie the penguin

   

 

This website contains an award winning suite of resources and information on e-safety

 

 

 

 

 

   

Digital Parenting helps you find expert advice and strategies to help your children or pupils navigate the internet safely.

 

At St Andrew’s School we believe that the educational benefits of Internet access far outweigh the possible risks and that good planning and management will ensure appropriate and effective pupil use.

 

Click here for our E Safety Policy

How do we ensure E Safety at St Andrew’s?

  • Our E-safety rules are sent home at the beginning of each academic year. Parents and carers are asked to read and talk about these with their children. Pupils are required to sign to confirm that they will follow the acceptable use of school computers document.
  • E-safety is now taught as part of the staying safe curriculum and is designed to educate our pupils about the safe use of computers across all year groups. These activities cover what to do if children do not feel safe on the internet.
  • Member of staff with designated responsibility for E safety is Mrs Catherine Floyd.
  • C.E.O.P. coordinator (Child Exploitation and On-line Protection) is Jacoba Murray