Online Safety is an integral part of children's education in today's digital world and is embedded in their learning at school.
At Dawley Brook Primary school, we teach children to stay safe online. It is our aim to support parents/carers to improve their own understanding of online safety issues, so that you can engage with your children regarding their use of the internet while at home.
Dawley Brook Primary School uses the Smoothwall filtering and eSafe monitoring systems to protect the school from online threats and monitor the children's online activity when in school. You will see our most up-to-date certificates on view at the school office:
To help parents/carers to understand and be aware of the resources and strategies we use at school you can access Dawley Brook Primary School's E-safety policy here:
We understand that it can be so difficult for adults to know what to do for the best when it comes to online safety. It may seem as if the technology is going at such a rate that it is hard to keep on top of all the new things coming out.
The main thing to remember is that whatever app, website or game that becomes the new craze:
For more detailed information regarding E-Safety at home, Dudley Safeguarding Children Board E-safety group have put together the following advice. You can download it below: