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Online Safety

At Grange Park Primary School, we understand the responsibility we have as role models to educate our pupils on online safety issues, teaching them appropriate behaviours and critical thinking skills to enable them to remain both safe and legal when using the internet and related technologies, in and beyond the context of the classroom. We are aware of the risks that our pupils face in relation to these technologies and ensure that they are taught how to react in a variety of situations to minimise risk to themselves or others.

Grange Park Primary School has a whole-school approach to the safe use of digital technology and creating this safe learning environment includes three main elements: - a robust provision of network and internet security (provided by Telford and Wrekin IDT Managed Services) - policies and procedures with clear roles and responsibilities and a comprehensive online safety programme for pupils, staff and parents.

Below are some useful links that offer support and advice with regards to Online Safety. If you have any queries or concerns regarding Online Safety, please contact the school and book a meeting or call-back with our Online Safety Lead, Mr Lambie.

Online Safety Policy

Online Risk Assessment

UK Safer Internet Centre – Support for parents and carers with online safety

Internet Matters – Guides for parents and carers on how to make devices safe for their children and information on staying safe online

NSPCC – Keeping Children Safe Online

Childnet – Support for parents and carers with online safety.

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) – Run by the National Crime Agency with the aim of protecting children online.

Please click the attachment below to view our monthly Online Safety Newsletters.