At All Saints’ Primary School we are working with staff, pupils and parents / carers 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.
- KS2 children will be participating in an e-safety assembly on 19th February 2017 in order to learn about Safer Internet Day 2017. The resources can be found here: https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/sid-2017/education-packs/education-pack-7-11-year-olds
- E-safety and cyber awareness sessions available for parents. 1st November 5.30pm – 8.00pm drop-in sessions, Kings Hall Ilkley. Parents will receive a letter this week with further details. Any parents wishing to attend, please inform the school office. Click here to view the letter online.
- In the summer term (2016), year 3 & 4 pupils will participate in an e-safety workshop delivered by the Cyberwise team. Pupils will learn how to stay safe online.
- PCSO Stephen Atkinson will be delivering two e-safety workshops for year 5 & 6 pupils during the summer term (2016). The sessions will focus on cyber bullying and cyber awareness. This will be an excellent opportunity, especially for our year 6 pupils during this time of transition, to get tips and advice on how to stay safe online.
- KS2 pupils learnt about the history of the internet on Safer internet Day in February 2016. This facilitated a discussion about the ways in which we can communicate on the internet.
Click here to see the e-safety planning framework that is taught in each year group from year 1 – 6.
If you have a cyber safety or e-safety issue, talk to an adult you trust and together they can help you.
Follow the CEOP link to the right to find advice and report a problem to the police.
Click here to view the E-Safety Policy