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Gleadless Primary School

We are determined, We are a team, We are respectful, We have self belief, We are thoughtful; We aim high, We care, We have a voice.

Online safety

 At Gleadless, we are a National Online Safety school. We take the dangers of the internet seriously and work with our families to keep our pupils as safe as possible online.

How do we teach Online Safety?

We teach online safety as part of our PSHE (Jigsaw) curriculum and through our Computing curriculum. This means that children understand how keeping safe online is an important part of their health and wellbeing, as well as a daily consideration when using computers and the internet. We also aim to raise awareness about online safety through events such as assemblies and 'safer internet day'. 

Launching in Spring 2021...Digital Leaders!

The Childnet Digital Leaders Programme is a youth leadership training programme empowering young people to educate their peers about online safety. Gleadless has joined their programme, which will be launching in March 2021.

Childnet is a leading online safety charity with a mission to make the internet a great and safe place for children and young people. We are the only online safety charity in the UK delivering an online peer-to-peer training programme that directly helps education settings embed a comprehensive approach to online safety.

Groups of Digital Leaders complete training on an interactive, informative and fun gamified platform. They work through online modules, equipping them with the skills they need to go on to educate and support their peers.

For more information visit their website:

https://digital-leaders.childnet.com/

Top Tips for Foundation Stage Parents

Top Tips for KS1/KS2 Parents

Top Tips for Y6 Parents

Useful Documents for Families - Social Media and Gaming

The following documents offer guidance on how you can help your child to stay safe on various popular online platforms. Just click on the links below to download the latest guidance.

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 facebook-messenger.pdfDownload
 online-bullying.pdfDownload
 parent guide to fortnite.pdfDownload
 parent guide to what's app.pdfDownload
 protecting-personal-data.pdfDownload
 remote-learning-10-top-tips-for-parents.pdfDownload
 snapchat-online-safety-guide.pdfDownload
 what-parents-need-to-know-about-minecraft.pdfDownload
 what-parents-need-to-know-about-tiktok-.pdfDownload
 what-parents-need-to-know-aout-roblox.pdfDownload
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Helpful Websites

Here are some useful websites for parents and carers with tips, tools and advice about how to keep your children safe online:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

https://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers/parent-and-carer-toolkit

Quick Guide

This quick guide from Child Net has key information about what to do and where to look if you would like support with your child's online safety.

We are Here to Help!

There are many staff in school to help with concerns or queries about online safety. Please contact the school office and ask for the following staff members.

If you would like to discuss online safety, what your child is learning in school, and how to use the resources on this page: 

Your child's class teacher

Megan Holloway - Deputy Headteacher

If you have a concern about a child's safety, including cyberbullying:

Mandy Fenech - Safeguarding Officer

Sinead Gaffney - Designated Safeguarding Lead

Michelle Storer - Learning Mentor

Megan Holloway - Deputy Headteacher

Emma Plummer - Assistant Headteacher

Pupil Information about Online Safety

We also have lots of information about online safety for our pupils on the 'Staying Safe Online - for pupils' page. Why not look through the information and activities with your child here?