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E-Safety

Keeping your children safe while they are online is becoming increasingly difficult.  Children can now access the internet via games consoles, mobile phones, tablets, computers and even i-pods.  It is important that you know what your child is doing online and how to help them stay safe.  We run yearly E-Safety evenings at school to help you keep your children safe. Please look out for details of the next event.  In the mean time, please take some time to view the advice on the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) website using the link below:

 

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/

 

Please also encourage your children to take a look at the CEOP pages via the links below.  You will also find links to our policies related to E-safety and other useful documents.

Parent Zone E-Safety articles

Articles from CEOP

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Internet Safety

Click on the links below for activities, games and information that will help you stay safe online.

 

Download and read our e-safety policy using the link below.
Dedham Primary E-Safety Policy
Download and read our Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs) that must be signed by all users of school ICT systems.
Pupil Acceptable Use Policy
Staff Acceptable Use Policy
The following documents contain useful information to help keep children safe online:
Information about grooming
Information about Cyber-Bullying
Information about inappropriate websites
Parent e-safety checklist
Our e-safety curriculum which is taught throughout the year from EYFS to Yr6 can be viewed using the following links:
EYFS curriculum
KS1 curriculum
KS2 curriculum