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E Safety

At Broadmayne E Safety is one of the strands that runs throughout our teaching and is part of our approach to safegaurding.  It is revisited in all classes across the year, in an age appropriate way, and we often focus on this aspect of keeping safe at different times of the year, in particular during our Safe and healthy Me theme week in the Autumn Term, and on Safer Internet Day each year.
Our E Safety Policy can be accessed on the Policies page of the website, and this contains in detail how we approach all aspects of this within the school.
The school uses a variety of sources to deliver our E Safety and digital well being curriculum, including ThinkUKnow, South West Grid for Learning, and, for our older children, Google's  Be Internet Legends.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection website (CEOP) is a one stop portal where you can go to for advice and support if you or your child are worried about anything experienced when using the internet; you can also report any issues here. Please note we also have a link to the CEOPS site on the home page of this website.
National Online Safety have a fantastic range of guides for parents that cover most aspects of children's online engagement, including Fortnite, Minecraft and making use of parental controls.  These can all be accessed here: National Online Safety Guides
The Safer Internet Centre have lots of excellent resources for parents and children to use to enable everyone to have a positive and safe experience using the internet and mobile technology.