At St Elizabeth’s the education of pupils in online
Online safety is an area of focus that spans across the curriculum. It is broad, relevant and provides progression through the year groups with opportunities for creative activities.
Each school year, online safety is given priority in Anti-
The training of staff and governors is a vital part of the school’s online safety provision. The school ensures that staff and governors are continually well-
For more information on the teaching of online safety in school, please view our Online Safety Policy.
Online Safety for Parents
At St Elizabeth’s we recognise that parents have a vital role in the education of their children and in the monitoring and regulation of their children’s on-
The school works in partnership with parents and carers to provide information and awareness through an annual Parent Online Safety Information Evening. This parents’ meeting is presented by Mr Peter Cowley, Online Safety Adviser at Achieving for Children. Mr Cowley gives guidance to parents on how to put in place the correct measures for online safety and the appropriate use of devices. Mr Cowley has created a portal specifically for his Online Safety materials with ‘all-access’ for parents to use as their own learning resource. Click here to access Online Safety Information for Parents from Achieving for Children.
Regular safety updates are also sent to parents in the school newsletter, and high profile events are organised within school, such as Safer Internet Day and Anti-Bullying Week.
The school also encourages parents to educate themselves of the known risks concerning online