We value ICT within our school and acknowledged the wealth of resources it offers for us all as learners and different approaches to learning that it supports.

As a community, it is really important that we all work together to ensure that we all stay safe when using technology. ESafety is no longer just talking about the internet but making safe and responsible choices when using a whole host of technologies such as; computers, games consoles (such as x box), mobile phones, televisions, tablets, ipads and the list continues to grow!

At school, we embed eSafety in our school curriculum. We work closely with Hertfordshire Grid for Learning (HGFL) to ensure that we are up to date with current advice and practice.

Any concerns regarding e-safety should be brought to the immediate attention of the head teacher, Ms T McBride who is our eSafety co-ordinator.  Our eSafety link governor is Mrs Anne Mitchell (Safeguarding governor).

We have added some documents below that contain useful information on how to keep your children safe, tips on how to initiate conversations around the subject of eSafety and specific advice on online gaming and parental controls.


Expectations and responsibilities for parents:

- support the school’s approach to online safety and not upload or add any text, image, sound or videos that could upset or offend any member of the school community, or bring the school name into disrepute.

- ensure that their online activity would not cause the school, staff, pupils or others distress or bring the school community into disrepute.

- support the school’s policy and help prevent their child/ren from signing up to services such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube whilst they are underage (13+in most cases).

  • close online accounts if the school finds that these accounts are active for an underage child.


Safer Internet Day 2019 -


Following our Safer Internet workshop for year 5& 6 please find below the help sheets discussed.

Supporting Young People Online

Young People & Social Media

Family Internet Agreement

Family Internet Agreement - Template

Cyber bullying factsheet

Conversation Starter - Mind the Gap

MASTER Childnet Online Reputation Checklist


Parents Guides

Please download and read the following guides for parents:

Social Networking              Facebook                      Twitter                      Snapchat                   Instagram

Online Safety Newsletter - Spring Term 2020

E-Safety Newsletter Autumn Term 2019

E-Safety Newsletter Summer Term 2019

Teaching online safety in school

parenting in a digital world on line Jan 2019 

Advice for parents and carers on cyberbullying  

Parents' E-Safety Workshop - 25th Jan 2017

Herts For Learning - e-Safety for Parents


 For news and articles surrounding internet safety please click here

 E-Safety Policy

Supporting Young People Online

Parents Factsheet

Parents Conversation Starters

Safer Internet Day

Advice From Hertfordshire

Questions you may want to ask your children

13 Reasons Why Facebook is for 13 year olds

Home and Family Guidelines

 Share Aware Parents Guide
Guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from Think U Know. Learn about online safety when using blogs, chatting, online gaming, P2P and other forms

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