At Trotts Hill, all children learn how to stay safe online and are taught the following:
- Be nice online
- Tell a trusted adult if anything happens online that is worrying, upsetting or you don’t understand
- Keep personal details private
- ThinkB4Upost, send or forward
- Do not share passwords
- Don’t meet up with anyone you know only online, and tell a trusted adult if someone asks
- Be careful with a webcam and social media
- Remember websites, games and films all have age restrictions.
5th February – Marilyn Hawes talk
Today we had a vital talk from Marilyn Hawes (founder of “Freedom From Abuse”). Marilyn worked with parents, staff and governors as part of our ongoing commitment to safeguarding and online safety.
Please contact the school office if you wish to receive the documents linked to the presentation by email, we will arrange for these to be emailed to you.
At Trotts Hill, we all follow our simple SMART rules to make sure that we are always safe online.
- SMART eSafety Poster (439KB)
Hertfordshire produce a termly newsletter which offers parents guidance and advice about eSafety in order to help keep children safe.
We have looked carefully at websites which might be used to support you in further understanding issues around eSafety. Please see the links below which we feel were particularly useful:
- Kid Smart – An award winning internet safety website for parents, and those working with children. It contains information on many different technologies used by children, with guidance on how to stay safe online
- Safety Net Kids – Tips for personal safety and what to do if you need to talk to somebody or ask for help.
- Hertfordshire e-safety – advice for parents from the County
- Think You Know – The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre educational website designed and written specifically for children, young people, teachers, parents and carers.
- Childnet – Online child protection, safety and positive use of the internet
- Safe Internet – Parent resource pack, including useful conversation starters to use with children.
- Internet Matters – Help to understand what children may come across on the internet and how to get help if you need it. Find out what to do if you’re worried about anything you or your child has seen online.
- CBBC Stay Safe – an interactive website for children
Safer Internet Day: February 2019
“Together for a Better Internet.”
Safer Internet Day: February 2018
“Create, Connect and Share Respect; A better internet starts with you”
Throughout all classes children have been learning how to stay safe online. Here are some images of work they have completed:
Year 5 and 6 Safer Internet Day presentation.
Years 5 and 6 children and parents were very fortunate to have a talk from Marilyn Hawes, the founder and CEO or “Enough Abuse UK.” She gave an important presentation about child sexual exploitation and keeping safe on line. Please see the attached documents and feedback from parents.
Below are some documents of useful information from this session.