07/07/2016

E-Safety

admin

At Pixies, we want our children to learn how to be safe online and request that all our children sign an acceptable use policy which can be found here.

We also ensure that all staff and governors sign and understand this agreement and their responsibilities in teaching the children how to stay safe online and appropriate usage of computer systems. If your child is in Key Stage 2, we have an e-safety workshop where both children and parents cover key e-safety topics.

Each year, we run an E-Safety workshop for Parents and Children. Our most recent one was held in May 2019.

Feedback from the workshop below:

131 people. 6 mums, 1 dad, 120 children, 4 staff

(6 attendees filled out our evaluation form)

Prior to the workshop 100% of attendees were worried about their family’s internet safety and social media usage.

Following the workshop 100% of attendees felt more confident about managing their family’s internet safety.

Very good course. Loved sitting with my daughter at the start.

A good starting point for me to take action regarding my kids online safety, plus plenty of new resources for further information.

Helpful tips on settings and websites to look at. Thank you.

Very helpful. Learnt lots of new tips and ideas.  Thank you.

Helpful overview of issues and highlighted the need to look at my settings.

Thank you.  Will look at my settings.

Click below to see our E-Safety Policy.

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