Online Safety Information and Advice
Always think before you give out any information online, and always be mindful about whether the information you receive is accurate and from the person you think it is from.
Online interactions between members of the school community are considered to be a school concern, even though they are likely to happen outside the school and not in school time. If you receive any offensive messages or emails, you can forward them to the school’s e-safety email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
This applies to all text messages, emails, Facebook or Twitter messages, or anything that makes you feel uncomfortable or gives you cause for concern.
Students also need to be aware that we will deal very seriously with any issue of cyberbullying that occurs within our community, irrespective of whether or not it has happened in term time or during the school day.
To help keep your child safe online, the school highly recommends that you read ‘From social media to gaming – what’s affecting your child online‘.