At Whitehills we are determined that children understand the benefits and the dangers of technology, including using the Internet. E-Safety involves pupils, staff, governors and parents making best use of technology, information and training to create and maintain a safe on-line and computing environment at Whitehills.
We regularly review the e-safety updates and advice received from Alan Mackenzie, a recognised e-safety expert. His latest e-safety newsletter can be viewed here.
We are promoting the NSPCC Keeping Children Safe Online which empowers parents to be knowledgeable and talk to their children about different games, apps and social networking sites.
Further guidance can be found on the following website:
The booklet for parents is also available from our website as a download.
There is a website called The Parent Zone that has been launched by CEOP which gives extremely useful advice about all aspects of children’s safety both online and in school.
Useful E-Safety Downloads
NSPCC Share-Aware Booklet