For an overview of the E-Safety lessons taught this year please view - E-Safety Lesson 2016

Whitchurch Primary School provides a diverse, balanced and relevant approach to the use of technology. Children are encouraged to maximise the benefits and opportunities that technology has to offer. We ensure that children learn in an environment where security measures are balanced appropriately with the need to learn effectively.  Here at Whitchurch, we aim to equip children with the skills and knowledge to use technology appropriately and responsibly. We teach children how to recognise the risks associated with technology and how to deal with them, both within and outside the school environment.

Email The email system that we currently use is a closed system, children can only send and receive messages withing the Whitchurch primary domain.

The Internet The purpose of Internet use in school is to raise educational standards, to promote pupil achievement, to support the professional work of staff and to enhance the school’s management functions. The Internet use is part of the statutory curriculum and a necessary tool for learning. Internet access is an entitlement for children who show a responsible and mature approach to its use. The Internet is a part of everyday life for education, business and social interaction. The school has a duty to provide children with quality Internet access as part of their learning experience. Our children use the Internet widely outside school and need to learn how to evaluate Internet information and to take care of their own safety and security. See below for our E-Learning Code of Conduct Policy that is displayed in all the classrooms.  The children are made aware of this on a regular basis.



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Useful Links

 Vodaphone Digital Parenting

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Please read the Newsletter sent to use by the Police for online gaming safety information Schools NLetter 4 Gaming

 E-Safety Websites

Parents Guide to Technology


  ThinkUKnow is a website developed by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre and contains loads of information.



 Kidsmart provides a practical internet safety programme website for schools, young people, parents, and agencies.



Cybercafé is a complete set of learning and teaching resources for use in Key Stage 2. Pupils help Griff and friends stay safe while using email, chat areas, mobiles and other new technologies.



 E-ngageLive offers a unique way for schools and community professionals to work together to address many issues including Internet Safety and cyberbullying. Pupils, under the supervision of their teachers, use ICT to work with experts from outside agencies as a scenario unfolds in real time.


Childnet's Chatdanger website gives details about the potential dangers of interactive services like chat, IM, online games, email.

 4 Top tips to help you learn and stay safe.

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