E-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Churchtown Primary School. It covers all electronic media and we constantly strive to protect and educate our pupils in the digital world we live in. It is embedded into our school curriculum, particularly in Computing and PSHE lessons. Pupils are taught how to stay safe and behave appropriately online.
We were recently part of an Internal Audit review which involved a sample of schools. Churchtown Primary was graded as VERY GOOD. You can read more about this by clicking here.
We were also 'Highly Commended' for our Safer Internet Week at the Community Education Awards 2016!
The DIGITAL COUNCIL
There a number of individuals involved in leading e-Safety across the school.
Infrastructure Manager: Mr West
Computing Subject Leader: Miss Harrison
E-Safety Subject Leader: Miss Harrison
Senior Management Representative: Mrs Wilson
Digital Leaders: Florence Unsworth, Finaly Spencer, Raeed Haque, Casey Lunt, Andrew Seddon, Kieran Dalton, Sebastian Grahamslaw-Brew, Zoe Vertigan, Samuel Wright, Jack Barber, Charlotte Cooper, Noah Grills, Lydia Hunter, Henry Eccles, Brody Barclay, Francesca Aurangzeb.(2016/17)
Governors take an active interest in the delivery and monitoring of e-Safety across the school, and are regularly informed and updated on e-Safety issues.
Reporting an incident
We have extensive security measures in place in school to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material. Any e-Safety incidents are recorded and managed in accordance with our e-Safety Policy.
To log a query or concern, please click here.
Please use the form to record incidents involving e-safety that occur either within school or outside of school hours. Incidents may be recorded by anyone. This includes staff, parents, carers and children, but please make an appointment via the school office if you would like to discuss any e-safety incident further. This incident log will be monitored termly by the Headteacher, Member of SLT or Chair of Governors. Any incidents involving Cyberbullying may also need to be recorded elsewhere.
Use the links below to learn more about how to stay safe online!
THINKUKNOW (age 5-7)
THINKUKNOW (age 8 - 10)
THINKUKNOW (age 11 - 13)
We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.
It’s essential to be realistic - banning the internet or technology will not work and it often makes a child less likely to report a problem. Education around safe use is essential.