Brockswood Primary and Nursery School

E-safety

Weekly tips

E-safety Newsletters

Summer

looking after your wellbeing online.pdf

 

Online safety advice about Games Consoles

king charles.pdf

 

young minds.pdf

 

ofcom.pdf

 

Spring

passwords.pdf

 

healthy habits.pdf

 

ipads.pdf

 

spotify.pdf

- How to use parental controls on your child's Iphone, Ipad and Ipod touch from Apple

- Some well-being tips from the NSPCC.

gaming.pdf

 

cyber resilience.pdf

 

Advice for parents and carers about smart speakers.

 Autumn

setting up apps.pdf

 

Advice for parents and carers for talking to your child about Games Consoles from the UK Safer Internet Centre.

mental health.pdf

 

tiktok.pdf

 

A useful guide linked to Anti-Bullying Week.

Anti Bullying Alliance

online bullying.pdf

 

fifa.pdf

 

gta.pdf

 

Some top tips from the NSPCC.

toddlers and screen time.pdf

 

roblox.pdf

 

Internet Safety Resources 

Internet safety resources for parents/carers following our online safety parent workshop.

Guidance

The children and staff at Brockswood Primary School are able to access the Internet through the Hertfordshire Grid for Learning (HGfL).

The HGfL is a service currently supplied to all Hertfordshire Local Authority Schools.

The eSafety of children when using the Internet is of paramount importance to the school and we follow the latest advice of HfL to inform our policies and practice.

We know that parents and carers will also be very concerned that their children are protected and safe when using the Internet. The HfL website has a section dedicated to eSafety with advice to children, parents and carers, governors and school staff. The parent support section can be found at:

HFL eSafety Advice - Parent Support

Please use the following link to report any online abuse or if you are concerned about somebody else being bullied online to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command.

For details on our approach to online safety, please read Brockwood’s Online Safety Policy.

At Brockswood and Primary and Nursery School we are fully committed to the safeguarding of pupils and take e-Safety very seriously. With the support of parents, we pro-actively teach our pupils how to keep themselves safe online.

 

During the Spring Term, the children learn all about how to stay safe online as part of Internet Safety Day.