Over the last few years, our school has been working very hard to make sure our children are as equipped as they can be to face the challenges of growing up in a world of connected computers. As part of this we have made sure that children have access to discussions and lessons regarding their e-safety in every year group in the school. All of our staff and some of the governors have also been trained in what the dangers can be for children when going online and what we need to be aware of in our school community in order to keep them safe. If you are a parent at the school you should have received a communication over the last week detailing how you can raise your own awareness by completing an online course yourself.
Another thing we have done at Clatford is to raise awareness with our ever vigilant E-safety council who are spread across different classrooms in the school. They ensure children always have somewhere to go if they are worried about things they have seen online.
National Online Safety (NOS) are an approved provider of E-safety training across the country and they have agree that as a school we have done enough to meet their high e-safety standards. As a result they have awarded us with the online safety mark (pictured below) as a recognition of how much we all do together, in our school community, to make sure our children stay safe.
Well done everyone!
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