Online safety

We have pursued 365safe accreditation over the last year and we hope and expect to achieve the Bronze Online Safety Mark by the end of this academic year.  360safe is an online safety self-review tool for schools. The tool provides information that can influence the production or review of online safety policies and develop good practice.  It also helps identify strengths and areas for development.  To find out more about them please visit: https://360safe.org.uk External link icon

The college has hosted parent workshops in the past, and can do so on request.   

If you were unable to attend the workshop on Meet the Tutor Evening on 30 September, delivered by South West Grid for Learning (SWGFL) and the leadership team on how to support your child with online safety, you can view the presentation using the following link: https://prezi.com/view/daIE1MIOuwexk1mXx6dq/ External link icon

We also encourage parents/carers to keep up on the latest developments by accessing the following:

With children and young people relying on their tech at home for learning and entertainment during lockdown, it remains vital to keep conversations about online safety going and raise awareness of reporting routes if something goes wrong.  Thinkuknow have created resources to help parents and carers to support their child at home.

Online safety at home packs

There are some simple 15 minute activities families can do to support their child's online safety at home. Packs are available for ages 4 to 14+. You can also watch the video guides on different online safety topics.

If you are concerned about a child ACT NOW using the following link: https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-YP/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-concerned-adult/ External link icon

UPDATED: 26 November 2021

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