E-Safety

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E-Safety is an incredibly important aspect of 21st century life. It remains high on our agenda and both staff and pupils at SCS are expected to sign an Acceptable Use Policy on induction. Pupils need to be aware of how they can keep themselves safe in the online world.

Responsible use is encouraged in all subject areas and E-safety is covered in ICT and PSHE lessons and also in Assembly. Our pupils are encouraged to report breeches in E-Safety and are taught how to keep themselves safe online. E-Safety is seen as EVERYONE'S responsibility.

You can report any incident anonymously using our Contact us page. The school will take any report seriously and will investigate thoroughly.

There are a number of different websites that offer guidance to pupils, parents and staff on the topic of e-safety:

UK Safer Internet centre social networking check lists

Twitter check list

Instagram check list

Shapchat check list

Facebook check list

Information on if you are experiencing issues on Facebook:

Facebook guidance document

Guidance Documents for Parents and Carers:

Child Safety Online: A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media