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Barham Primary School

Striving for Excellence

Barham Primary School

Striving for Excellence

E-Safety

E-Safety - What do you need to know?

E-Safety is all about being aware of the possible dangers and risks associated with using the Internet via a PC, laptop, mobile phone, iPad and game console. It also covers the use of electronic and online communication and wireless technology.  It is vital, that children and adults, learn how to use the internet responsibly and make informed choices that will equip them now and in the future.  At Barham we adhere to the code of conduct as specified in our school E-Safety Policy and Acceptable Use Policies which are agreed by all  children and staff.  See links below for eSafety policies, agreements and useful websites.

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Safer Internet Day 2016

 

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Barham Primary School Policies  

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What to do if you are being Cyberbullied
Cyberbullying

 

When to click the CEOP button
CEOP is the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. They help children stay safe online. If someone has acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? It may be sexual chat, being asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or someone being insistent on meeting up, then click the CEOP button to report it.  You can also click the CEOP button for advice and links to support other problems you might be facing such as, Cyberbullying.

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