E-Safety

Computers, tablets and technology in general are becoming increasingly used within our school both to record and enrich learning.  We proactively teach ICT skills to our year 1 and Year 2 children as we believe a strong foundation knowledge and confidence in this area is imperative if they are to become independent and creative learners.  Links to some of the apps and websites we use in school and those suggested for additional resources to use at home can be found on the Remote Learning Pages of this website.  

E-Safety WorkShops

Key to the teaching in this area is ensuring that our children are using technology safely.  Every year we run a series of 'E-Safety' workshops for all members of the Oatlands School community; children, parents and staff in order to help everybody understand the importance of using technology safely. These are delivered by Online Safety experts Education Child Protection (ECP) Ltd and are generously funded by the PTA.

online safety workshopThis year, because we are limited by being unable to invite you into school for the parent/carer E-Safety presentation, we encourage you to click the image to the left to access the workshop remotely. 

The link and the workshop will be available for parents/carers to view for 7 days from Monday 26th April – Sunday 2nd May 2021.  

The children will be attending age appropriate Online Safety workshops, delivered in person by ECP, in their classes on Thursday 29th April.

Please also see the presentation attached at the bottom of this page for some practical tips on how you can support your child at home.

 

Searching Safely Online

Listed below are some suggested search engines targeted specifically at children and ensuring a safe searching environment.

KIDDLE

KIDS SEARCH

SAFE SEARCH KIDS

 

Further E-Safety information

In addition, you might find some of the following information useful:

GOOGLE - Be Internet Legends

Childnet - Supporting Young People Online

Childnet - Keeping Under 5's safe online

Vodafone - Digital Parenting online Magazine 

NSPCC - Share Aware

Please also have a look at these guides to specific apps and Social Media Platforms which you might find useful.

Using FORTNITE Safely

Using SNAPCHAT Safely

Using TIKTOK Safely

Using ROBLOX Safely

Using YOUTUBE Safely