E-Safety awareness for all children and their parents/carers is essential to ensure they are aware of the risks they face online and how they can keep themselves safe. Smart phones now make it possible to access the internet and social networking apps/sites at any time – making it more difficult to supervise your child’s access. Having an open and honest conversation with them so you know what they are accessing and to ensure they can try to keep them safe – advice on how to do this can be found on the ESCB website or NSPCC Share Aware websites below.



Click on the links below to view the specific school policies linked to E-Safety:

  • Safeguarding Policy – view

Useful websites:

  • Staying Safe Online – view
  • E-Safer Suffolk – view
  • Bullying and Cyberbullying (NSPCC) – view
  • Online Gaming (NSPCC) – view
  • Common Sense Media – view
  • PEGI App Benefits Parents (Video) – view
  • Child Exploitation and Online Protection – view
  • ThinkUKnow – view
  • Childline – view
  • Parents’/ Carers’ Guide to Technology – view
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