At Phil and Jim we want staff, children, parents and carers to create a school community that embraces the use of new technologies. We promote the use of ICT to enhance learning and thinking and teach all of the children how to keep themselves safe. All adults in school ensure that pupils know how to report incidents and problems confidently and straight away.
At home, many children use computers or mobile devices to play games and learn. We want to encourage you to ensure children are supervised at all times at home, especially when accessing the internet.
Please feel free to view our E-safety Policy (located on our Policies & Procedures page). You can access the information shared at our latest E-safety meeting for parents here.
- When your child is using the internet at school or at home it is very important that they stay safe. We teach your child to FLAG IT, BLOCK IT & REPORT IT if they see anything on the internet they are concerned about.
- Your child will have been taught at school how to stay safe when using the internet on the computer, an iPad or a mobile phone. It is also a good idea to talk about these safety issues at home with your child.
- If you are worried about anything your child has seen on the internet you can report it to the police by clicking on this button:
When using any computer, tablet or phone device we teach your child to be SMART:
S – SAFE- Don’t give out your own information
M – MEET- Only meet people you have met online with your parents
A – ACCEPTING- Only open emails & texts from people you trust
R – RELIABLE- Some people online tell lies, only talk to real world friends and family
T – TELL- Tell a parent or adult you trust if something you see online makes you feel uncomfortable
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Please help us to keep your child safe by keeping an eye on their internet activity and researching E-safety by using the links below:
- Think U Know
- National Online Safety
- Bullying UK
- BBC Webwise
- Internet Matters
- Common Sense Media
- Digitally Confident
- Get Safe Online
- Net Aware
- Family Agreement Advice
- A Guide to Instagram for Parents
- A Guide to Snapchat for Parents
- A Guide to YouTube for Parents
- A Guide to Musical.ly for Parents
- 7 Conversations – Guide for Parents
- A Guide to Yubo for Parents
- A Guide to WhatsApp for Parents
- A Guide to Twitter for Parents
- A Guide to Twitch for Parents
- A Guide to Tik Tok for Parents
- A Guide to Screen Addiction for Parents
- A Guide to Roblox for Parents
- A Guide to Reddit for Parents
- A Guide to Live Me for Parents
- A Guide to Momo for Parents
- A Guide to Minecraft for Parents
- A Guide to Live Streaming for Parents
- A Guide to Kik for Parents
- A Guide to House Party for Parents
- A Guide to Fortnite for Parents
- A Guide to FIFA for Parents
- A Guide to the App Store for Parents