At St Michael’s we take internet safety very seriously. We educate our children to stay safe and happy when online.
E-Safety is taught discretely in classes and through whole school events and assemblies.
If you are worried about anything on the computer or internet make sure you speak to your parents or any adult in school.
Mrs Bowes and Mrs Howe are in charge of Safeguarding in school.
Here are some links to sites with useful information regarding e-safety.
Use your espresso login to access videos, games and activities for different age groups to help you be safe when you are online.
Click here to gain access to your espresso login details.
Safer Internet Day- Tuesday 5th February 2019
Each class will be completing activities linked to being safe on the internet.
What can you do at home?
- Ask your child what they have been learning in class.
- Use the links above to support your discussion.
- Visit espresso to watch videos and complete activities together (follow the link above).
- Suport your child enter the E Safety competition below.
Whole School E Safety poster competition- We are hosting a competition across the whole school to produce a poster to remind and teach others about how to be safe online. There will be prizes for the winner in each class. Posters will be displayed around school. Closing date 13th February 2019.