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The Internet is an increasingly important element in 21st century life for education, business and social interaction. The school has a duty to provide pupils with high-quality Internet access as part of their learning experience. Internet use is a part of the statutory curriculum and a necessary learning tool for staff and pupils. The school Internet access will be designed expressly for pupil use and filtering is set at the highest level.

In school we promote internet safety ensuring that all computers have Hector the Protector (visible as a dolphin) on them, allowing children to also take ownership of their own internet safety.hector_dolphin Hector is available to download free of charge on home computers from here.

#Ditto is a free online safety magazine to help you to stay up to date with the latest apps and advice for keeping your child safe online. Click here to access the latest issue.

Childnet and Connect Safely also have lots of tips, advice and have regular updates to keep your children safe online. For age appropriate tips click here: 0-5, 6-10, 11-13.

To help with online safety at home, we advise that parental controls are used on technology around the home. For more information please click here to access the UK Safer Internet Centre website for quick, easy to use guides for setting up parental controls on different internet providers.

Online safety advice suggests that parents make themselves aware of the applications children are using and their minimum age requirements. Click here to access our latest app guide. Common Sense Media also have a detailed list of apps recommended for children of different ages. Click here to access.

For our Online Safety Policy click here.

A parental agreement form is a great way to stay in control of internet usage. Click here to download.

For our Pupil Code of Conduct click here.