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St Bartholomew’s

Church of England (Aided) Primary School

E-Safety


E-safety at St Bartholomew’s

Our children live in an increasingly technological age and at St Bartholomew’s whilst teaching our children the skills and knowledge required for a computing age, we strongly believe that it is the right of all our children to feel safe and secure when using technology.

Children at St Bartholomew’s use digital technology on a regular basis across the curriculum for research and presentations.  We believe it is important to foster an appreciation of technology as tool to their learning, as well as developing a healthy lifestyle regarding the use of technology.

E-Safety is an important part of our safeguarding responsibilities.  We deliver a progressive, age appropriate e-safety curriculum that builds on knowledge from EYFS to Yr6 to teach them how to behave in an responsible, polite manner when online, how to keep their personal details and passwords safe and how to question things they see online.   

We reinforce the approach that if anything they see or hear either online makes them feel uncomfortable or unsure they should tell a responsible adult straight away.

Our e-safety policy and Computing policy hold detailed information about how we ensure our children remain safe in their use of technology. You can ask for copies of these from the front office or you can follow the link to the E-Safety policy below.

Our E- safety policy can be found here.

For further information on E-safety at St Bartholomew's please refer to the documents below.