At Holy Trinity CE, we want pupils and parents to understand the risks posed by the internet and how to keep themselves and others safe from risks such as exploitation and extremism, including when using the internet and social media. All members of the school community should understand the risks posed by those who use the internet to “bully, groom, radicalise or abuse” pupils. School leaders oversee the safe use of technology in school and take action immediately where there are concerns about pupil’s wellbeing.
The school have recently set up an e-safety group consisting of staff, governors and more importantly pupils. It is their job to promote and report the many aspects and dangers of e-safety to the wider community. They will report their findings on these e-safety pages. The content will be diverse and will range from how to stay safe on the internet to copyright laws.
They are currently reviewing and reporting on an e-safety questionnaire which has been conducted throughout all classes in school.
To find out what they have found and to meet the team click on the image below:
For all other e-safety news, such as e-safety newsletters, latest news, policies, help and advice if you are worried, please follow the links below.
If you have concerns about anything regarding e-safety and you can’t find the information below, please contact the school.
Parent training materials
News and Information
- SSCT Parents online safety Newsletter Spring 2017
- Parents e-safety Newsletter Autumn 2016
- SSCT Parents e-safety Newsletter Summer 2016
- SSCT Parents e-safety Newsletter Spring 2018
- e-Safety for parents (PowerPoint show)
- e-Safety for parents (PDF document)
- Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation
- Prevent Strategy
- Channel Factsheet – Protecting vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism
- Keeping children safe in education
- Child Protection Policy
Useful websites/documents (click on the logos to access websites):
- WhatsApp Guide for parents
- Instagram Parents Guide
- ooVoo Guide for Parents
- Protecting your child from online abuse (opens ThinkUKnow website)