Technology plays an increasing part of children’s education and the importance of e-safety at The Mulberry has never been so important. We want to help our families and children improve their knowledge and understanding of e-safety issues so they can become confident in using the internet and other digital media in a safe way.
Every month we will share an online safety newsletter, full of tips and advice on keeping children safe online. July Online Safety Newsletter.
E-Safety is delivered throughout our computing curriculum and through PSHE to ensure our children are reminded of the responsibility that they have to remain safe online. In addition to this, children and parents are asked to read and sign an Acceptable Use Policy for computing equipment in school and at home, which has an emphasis on keeping children safe online.
Throughout the year assemblies take place on e-safety topics and we take part in Safer Internet Day every year in February so we can stay up to date with new risks and concerns.
This video is a recording of a free e-safety parent workshop hosted by the school. It is full of useful tips and advice on how to keep your child safe online.
This video introduces parents and carers to the ThinkuKnow education programme