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Breamore C of E Primary School

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E-Safety Policy and Aims

We value the importance of e-safety at Breamore CE Primary School. As a school, we aim to provide children with an education that will enable them to stay safe online now and in the future. We are currently working towards the 360 degrees Self Review Accreditation Award. This involves a review that will help us develop practice.

At School
​Children at Breamore use the internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. Children all need to understand the internet and how they can use it positively, safely and to their benefit.​ In school, we have regular ‘e-safety’ activities to remind children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online. Our internet rules are displayed around the school. See the links below to view.

At Home
As a school we recommend that Key Stage 1 and 2 children should always have a responsible adult with them when online. When letting children use websites, it is always worth checking the terms and conditions of the website – many websites have minimum ages – for example, Facebook has a policy which states you must be 13 or over to have an account.

E-Champions and E-Safety Group

The E-Champions are a group of children in Year 4, 5 and 6, who work with Miss Coombes to spread the message of e-safety through the school. So far, they have created an e-safety promise; produced videos to be shared on e-safety day; introduced an e-safety mascot and shared a range of tips with their peers. 

The e-safety group comprises of Mrs Emma Clark, Miss Megan Coombes and Mrs Helen Martin. Together, they have taken responsibility for auditing and improving e-safety at Breamore. 

Please see the links below for our internet rules and e-safety policy.