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E-Safety at Gladstone

 

 

In this current climate, it is common for children to be accessing the Internet. At Gladstone we encourage the use of the Internet to support and enhance both teaching and learning within the school and we are very mindful of the need to keep our children safe when they are online.

 

Our Internet access is supplied by Vale of Glamorgan Council and it has a built in filtering system which restricts access to sites containing inappropriate content. We are aware however that due to the international scale and linked nature of internet content, it is not possible to guarantee that unsuitable material will never appear on a school computer and clear procedures are in place for reporting any inappropriate sites or incidents of internet misuse.

 

Our E-Safety Committee, together with the School Council, has drawn up a set of Acceptable Use Guidelines that every child in Gladstone is asked to read and discuss with their parents and then sign to show they understand the importance of staying safe whilst using the Internet.

 

For a copy of our acceptable use guideline form click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E-Safety Committee

Our e-safety committee is made up of:

            Mrs H Reilly               –        Deputy Head Teacher

            Mr S Hicks                         ICT Co-ordinator

            Mrs D Crow              --         School Administrator

            Mrs C Goode             --         LSA

            Mr G Bishop              --         Governor

We are also supported by our school Digital Leaders. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have the following e-safety policies available in school:

 

  • ·         E-safety policy

  • ·         Internet Social Networking policy

  • ·         Social Media policy

 

The following links provide helpful tips and information on how to keep your child safe online.

 

Click here for Thinkuknow

Click here for Safer Internet