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St Nicholas publishes a set of rules for the use of computers and mobile devices at school. All children sign up to these rules in a section of the Esafety Policy. These rules are shown below.
 
Our School Esafety Guidelines
 
We use the school computers and the internet for learning. These rules will help us to be fair to others and keep everyone safe.
 
·        I will not tell anyone my password.
 
·        If I think someone knows my password I will tell a teacher straight away.
 
·        I will not look at or delete other people's files.
 
·        I will only use the computers at school when a member of staff is present and has said I can.
 
·        I will not use text talk on the learning platform or in emails.
 
·        I will not send nasty or teasing messages to people.
 
·        I will not give out my home address or any phone number or arrange to meet anyone over the internet, even a friend.
 
·        If I see anything I am unhappy with or I receive a message I do not like I will tell a teacher as soon as I can.

E-Safety Session held on Tuesday 19th September 2017.


Philip Mann (ICT Consultant for Wokingham) delivered a session to parents on ‘Being a Parent in the Digital Age’ on Tuesday during our “Meet the Teacher” evening. This was very informative and gave our parents lots to think about! Two useful links from his session are
Parental Controls
https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/interactive-guide/
NSPCC
https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/talking-your-child-staying-safe-online/
Parents are strongly encouraged to set parental controls on devices available to children; to limit access (limit time and block unsuitable websites) and ensure children are always in a room in the house where others are able to monitor and support them whilst browsing the web, playing games etc. Building a strong, open relationship with children relating to the internet, the access they have and the experiences they have (good and bad) is a priority for ensuring children are kept safe and can build resilience whilst using the internet.
Any parents concerned about an experience a child has had on-line should go to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) website and report it without delay.
If you would like further information please speak to Mrs Middleton (ICT co-ordinator,) your child’s class teacher or myself. There is a current display in the hall with useful on-line safety advice for children and parents.

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