Online Safety at Dilton Marsh

 
Online Safety at Dilton Marsh C of E Primary School
 
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Keeping your child safe in a digital world
 

The internet has become an important aspect of everyday life, to which children need to be able to respond safely and responsibly. At Dilton Marsh Church of England Primary School, we believe that the internet offers a valuable resource for teachers and children, as well as providing new ways to communicate with others worldwide. At the same time there are risks that children may gain access to material that is inappropriate. 

 

Children at Dilton Marsh C of E Primary School use the Internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. In school, we have regular Online Safety sessions as part of our computing curriculum. In addition, we actively encourage class discussions about Online Safety regularly. We aim to provide high quality and relevant Online Safety teaching to ensure that our children feel safe in a digital world both inside and outside the school community.
 
For detailed information about what our school is providing for students, staff and the community, please read our Online Safety Policy below.
 
The following websites will give you and your child more information about staying safe online:
National Online Safety (https://nationalonlinesafety.com/) provide free guides for parents and carers about up and coming technologies and the facts surrounding them. See below some of the free guides and conversation starters you can have with your child.