Welcome to our E-Safety Page. Throughout Kingsway, every effort is made to promote E-Safety, whether at home or at school. We have security systems, procedures and policies in place to protect the children whilst they use technology within school, plus we teach the children how to use the internet safely using the Childnet SMART instructions as detailed below:
The NSPCC's Share Aware gives straightforward, no nonsense advice that will untangle the web, and show parents and carers how to enable their children to be safe online. This includes a guide to the social networking sites that children use, a parent's/carer's guide and tips for parents and carers on how to talk to their child about staying safe online.
E-safety is an ever-evolving area of the curriculum. In addition to time tabled, pre-planned sessions, teachers respond to the needs of the children in their class by holding circle times, making links within PSHE lessons and whole-class discussions when appropriate and whenever incidents arise. You can find out more about digital literacy from our Computing Curriculum pages.
Sites for children
Think U Know Think U Know 8-10 Jigsaw for 8-10 yrs Childnet Smart
Kid Smart BBC Stay Safe Internet Safety Quiz
Hectorsworld Lee and Kim
Below is a fantastic brochure produced by the East Riding Council and we encourage you to share this with your children; talking to them about the safe use of technology.
A copy of our e-safety policy is available from the office.
If you are concerned about online abuse of the way someone is communicating online, please contact the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP).