E-Safety

As children are engaging with 21st Century technologies both inside and outside of school, we will provide opportunities for both children, staff, parents and the wider community to understand and view eSafety education as a key life skill. On this page you will find information on how we promote e-safety in school and links to useful websites to help you promote e-safety at home.

E-Safety

Whitefield's Digital Leaders' CE-Safety Sanctions          Updated: 26/04/2017     (35 KB)
Whitefield's Digital Leaders created these flowcharts to show the consequences for breaking our e-safety rules.
Social Media Library          Updated: 26/04/2017     (709 KB)
A description of the content and uses of many of the social media websites, apps and programs available
E-Safety Policy          Updated: 26/04/2017     (213 KB)

Our digital leaders made their own e-safety video to help promote Whitefield's e-safety rules:


Useful links:

CEOP: The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is dedicated to eradicating the sexual abuse of children. That means that they are part of UK policing and very much about tracking and bringing offenders to account either directly or in partnership with local and international forces.

 

Think U Know:   Think U Know is CEOP’s support, guidance and resource site for children, young people, parents, carers and adults who work with children and young people.

 

UKCCIS (UK Council for Child Internet Safety) Click Clever Click Safe Campaign:  This new strategy aims to create a safer online environment, gives everybody the skills, knowledge and understanding to help children and young people to stay safe online and inspire safe and responsible use and behaviour.