The school uses the County progression in e-sense to ensure that all children make good choices online and develop essential skills for life. Curriculum planning in PSHE enables all children to discuss concerns in greater detail and the school also participates annually in Safer Internet Day. There is also a dedicated noticeboard for all children to refer to.

The school also has policies in e-safety, Use of pupil images, Data Protection, Data Exchange Agreement and a Freedom of Information Publication Scheme. All staff, Governors, parents and pupils also sign an Acceptable User Policy.

Each class has clear rules for safe internet use within each classroom (please see link to Click Safe Poster below).

Each class also has e-Safety representatives that meet termly to discuss general issues and share class experiences. Minutes of meetings are shared within e-safety boards within classrooms.

Please contact the school if you have any concerns.