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Safeguarding Notice

St Edwards Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects the whole school community to share this commitment. For more information please click here to read our Safeguarding Policy.

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Staying Safe Online

In school, children are taught how to 'stay safe online' from an early age. On this page there are a selection of resources to help you re-enforce the importance of e-safety with your child. If you have any questions about e-safety or, if you are concerned about your child's online activities, please come and speak with your child's class teacher or our e-safety leaders, Mrs Leak or Mrs Frost. 

Hector's World (age 5-7)

Younger children are taught about e-safety using the character 'Hector the Dolphin'.

There are a series of six cartoons in which Hector and his friends learn to stay safe online. To view them (and to play some online puzzles)  Click on the picture to access.

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe? You can make a report to one of CEOP's experienced Child Protection Advisors by clicking the link below.

The Smart Rules (age 7-11)

Children in Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6) are taught the SMART rules for keeping safe online. To download a SMART rules poster (to display by your home computer) click here.

The SMART rules are illustrated in a series of five cartoons following the adventures of Winston and the SMART crew. To view the cartoons, click here.

Net Aware

This website, run by the NSPCC, provides information about the ever expanding world of apps and social media which children may encounter. If you are confused by some of the terminology or unsure of the risk or age-appropriateness of certain apps, this site is an invaluable reference tool.

Remember to SURF SAFELY!

On the internet it is very inportant that you do not give out any personal details. This means anything about you, such as your name, your address, which school you go to or your phone number.

If someone send you a message or email which makes you feel uncomfortable, tell an adult at home or at school.

When you are surfing the internet, if you find a site which makes you feel uncomfortable show an adult.

Don't tell anyone your passwords, even your best friends.

Click on the links, to find out more about staying safe.

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