At Constantine School we all love using ICT and the Internet to teach, to learn and to have fun, however we take E-safety very seriously.

Our staff and children are knowledgeable about the dangers associated with using the internet and are well trained about how stay safe on line.

E-Safety is explicitly taught in PSHE and ICT throughout both Key Stages using differentiated and engaging sequences of lessons designed by Childnet and Think U Know. Every year we get involved in Safer Internet Day and do lots of fun activities that further remind us of the importance of staying safe while enjoying the Internet responsibly.

Our E-Safety and Acceptable Use Policies are robust, regularly reviewed and updated. They are reflective of the best practice advised by the South West Grid For Learning. Those policies, along with the schemes of work for teaching E-Safety can be viewed by clicking the links below:

CPS E-Safety Policy updated January 2019

Constantine School Pupil Acceptable Use Policy Agreement

Constantine School Staff Acceptable Use Policy 2019

KS1 acceptable use policy

The links to documents and tutorials below are intended to inform parents about some practical steps they can take to help their children stay safe on-line:

Social Media – A Guide for parents

NCI Technologies E-Safety Portal

Digiduck e-book

Smartie the Penguin

Internet matters online safety guide

Fortnite Parents Guide

WhatsApp Parents Guide

Facebook Family Safety Centre

Parent’s Guide to Facebook

Using Facebook Safely

Set up Facebook privacy controls

Facebook Checklist

Set up YouTube safety mode

How can you safeguard children from sexting guide

YouTube Safety Mode enable parents to choose whether to limit content on YouTube that might be unsuitable for their children, even though it’s not against YouTube’s Community Guidelines.

The links below are all excellent E-Safety resources for children, parents, teachers and carers.

If you would like any further information then please come in and ask.