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Our Online safety Rules

Please remind your children of these rules when they are working online.

  • I will only use ICT equipment when I have been given permission to.
  • When going on the internet I will only go on pages saved in the favourites or search for things I have been given permission to search for.
  • I will never share my Learning Platform password with anyone else.
  • I will always be kind and polite when sending messages.
  • If I find anything I am not sure about on the internet I will hide the page and tell an adult straight away.
  •  I will always tell my teacher if something I am not sure about happens when I am on the computer.
  • When using the ipads I will only use apps which are on the desktop.
  • I will always ask permission before taking someone else’s photograph or using someone else’s photograph.

Keeping Children Safe online Guidance for Parents

Internet matters - Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Internet matters - Setting parnet controls on devices

Keeping Children Safe Online - NSPCC advice and support (including parental controls advice and guidance)

Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online

UK Safer Internet Centre - advice for parents and carers

Setting parental controls for your home broadband is the easiest way to filter and restrict inappropriate websites on any device connected to your home Wi-Fi. Making sure your children's devices are set up safely will help you to make sure they get the best out of their device. The website www.internetmatters.org has some great advice, simple instructions and helpful tips on just about every device, Wi-Fi provider and games console to help you keep your children safe at home. 

We have added a few of their really helpful guides below















Links to online platforms we use

Policy for Marking and Feedback to pupils

Using Xbox or PlayStation for remote learning

If you have either a PlayStation or Xbox at home you can use them to get onto Google Classroom or other internet application and websites:


  1. Plug a keyboard into the Xbox USB slot.
  2. Go to my games and apps.
  3. Find and select Microsoft Edge.
  4. Navigate to your online learning platform.


  1. Identify the PlayStation internet browser icon (WWW with dots around it).
  2. Press the PlayStation logo on the controller.
  3. Go to the library and find options for games and applications.
  4. Go to applications and you will find the internet browser.
  5. Navigate to your online learning platform and log in as usual.

You will be able to access Google on any device that connects to the internet and there are apps for Classroom, Drive and Docs that can be downloaded onto Android and Apple devices too.

If you are not able to do the work online, you can still work with pen and paper and photograph it and upload it on Google Classroom.