Community Primary School
At Moston Lane we embrace new technology to enhance your child’s learning. The school is dedicated to ensure your child is safe when using technology online and e-safety is embedded in the children’s education. We want our parents and children to improve their own understanding of e-safety issues so they can learn to use the internet safely and responsibly.
Below you will find our school's E-Safety policy and links to support information which parents and carers may find useful if they are concerned about their child's online activity at home.
If any parents/carers are worried about their child's online activity in school they should contact Mr Woolley (Computing co-ordinator) or Miss Maynard (Designated Safeguarding Lead).
E-Safety Parent Survey
Please click on the link below and take a few moments to complete this short survey and tell us what you think about E-Safety.
Child E-Safety Class Charter
KS1 E-Safety Class Charter
KS2 E-Safety Class Charter
Safer Internet Day was celebrated globally on Tuesday 7th February 2017. At Moston Lane, we had an assembly to introduce the day and each class spent the week completing different activities to show their understanding of using the internet safely.
There are a number of organisations that provide advice and guidance for parents and carers on using technology safely in the home.
Childnet International’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Think You Know Now works alongside CEOP.org to provide child and parent friendly resources aimed at preventing children from online abuse. The website provides educational resources, including films, cartoons and lesson plans, to help parents raise young people’s awareness of online safety.
Protect yourself from identity thieves, viruses, phishing and other internet threats with expert advice. The British government, the Serious and Organised Crime Agency and industry specialists will help you guard against online dangers. At home or at work, you can cut the risk of a nasty surprise just by sticking to a few sensible 'Do's and Don'ts'.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) works across the UK tackling child abuse and providing advice for parents, young people and children about internet safety and online safety.
The UK Safer Internet centre has a wealth of resources and practical ‘how to’ guides to help keep your child safe online. We also encourage parents to set up filtering on their home internet. To learn how to do this for the major providers of internet please click the text below.
Concerned about what you child is doing online? Need advice on how to protect your child? Not sure who to contact? Visit Parent Zone, a fantastic website devoted to providing expert information to families and schools. They find, curate and check the best available information on all of the issues when using the internet. You can find free guides from how to change privacy settings on social media apps to parental controls on your TV. Click on the image below to visit the website.