Safety on the Web
Meadow Primary school encourages parents and children to visit the CEOP www.thinkuknow.co.uk to keep you and your friends safe with Hector Protector and his friends. Security on our computer system is a high priority because there are so many users.
Meadow Primary school encourages parents and children to visit the CEOP website (Child Exploitation & Online Protection) www.thinkuknow.co.uk to build knowledge of how to stay safe online;. This website has lots of fun activities which children can gain vital information on staying safe.
Please click the link below to go straight to this site:
If you or anyone you know is worried about Child Exploitation, Online Protection or anything related to Internet safety please click the link below which will take you to the CEOP reporting website:
Internet access at Meadow Primary School is filtered by our Internet Service Provider (ISP) but ultimately, parents and guardians of minors are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their children should follow when using media and information sources. We also have a secondary filtering provided by a dedicated internet server/router. This provides additional filtering which allows the children to only view certain pages.
Meadow Primary Also has specially trained CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) Ambassadors who provide current advice on E-Safety to staff, parents and children. The following information can be found all around the school. If you have any worries or issues or want advice please talk to Miss Levers or Mr Trueman.
What we recommend and teach the children about Personal Security Guidelines
Never reveal personal information, either their own or others, such as home addresses, telephone numbers and personal e-mail addresses etc.
Not use photographs of themselves on their web pages unless the parent/guardians have given permission to do so.
Never meet people in person that they have contacted on the internet without a parent/guardians permission.
Notify their teacher whenever they come across information or messages that are dangerous, inappropriate, or make them feel uncomfortable.
Be aware that the author of an e-mail or web page may not be the person they claim to be.
Pupils are responsible for appropriate behaviour on the schools computer network just as they are in the classroom or in the school playground. Communications on the network are often public in nature. General school rules and the Behaviour Policy apply and it is expected that users will comply with the guidelines of this policy.
At the beginning of each year children are taught a series of E-Safety lessons the build their knowledge of how to stay safe online. The children also have refresher lessons each term.
Pupils could potentially have unfiltered, unsupervised internet access at home. All parents should be aware of the concerns and benefits of school internet use. Parents are therefore encouraged to look at government guidance available on the internet to help in the supervision of their children. We have also organised and will continue to organise E-Safety training for parents.
Safety on the internet for parents website address: www.parentsonline.gov.uk
Some useful Web sites:
BBC Bitesize: www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2
Primary Games Arena: www.primarygamesarena.com/Key-Stage-2
Home Learning Resources: www.atschool.co.uk
Fun Maths Games: www.mad4maths.com
Maths Zone: www.mathszone.co.uk
Fun English Games: www.funenglishgames.com