Neatishead CofE Primary School


What is e-safety?

Chase: it means playing age appropriate games, listen to a trusted adult

Alexander: it is very important; it can control how we live and survive

Emily: be safe using Apps, like the App Store, which will give you a description of who should be playing the game, do not give others personal information, like where you live

Nancy: we should be careful, e-safety means knowing who you are talking to online first

Katie: be careful of the people you trust

‘Pupils spoke confidently about staying safe online, including when they participate in public online games. They also told me that they feel safe in school and trust adults to help them.’  Ofsted 2018

E-Safety is very important at Neatishead, Salhouse and Fleggburgh Federation. Keeping the children safe online is embedded throughout the curriculum. The children also learn how to use technology safely during lessons, assemblies and special events.

If you want more information about how to keep your children safer online, a great place to visit is the CEOP Think You Know website.

The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our childrens. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us, this can all be a bit too much. You might be struggling to keep up with the things your child is doing online, you might wonder whether what they are doing is safe, and you might also be thinking, How can I be as good a parent online as I am offline? The purpose of this site is to make online parenting simple. Click on the link below to explore the website.

Online gaming

Online gaming can offer many positive experiences. It can give children and young people the chance to escape into a virtual world, to learn, and to connect with others.

However, there is a risk of children and young people viewing inappropriate content in games and being contacted by adults seeking to exploit them.

KS2 pupils have worked with younger children to produce this informative E-safety video. They have selected 60 seconds  of their film to enter a National competition led by Childnet International.

The following link will take you to a number of video clips, advice and information relevant to supporting children to use the internet safely.