Staying safe online is an important part of the school curriculum at Wrenthorpe Academy. Our children learn about how to deal with problems and dangers they may face online – allowing them to be responsible, confident users of online technology.

Rules to stay safe online

In school, we use simple rules to help us to remember what to do if something happens that makes us feel uncomfortable:

Take a look at some of the useful links below:

Reception and Key Stage One Links:

ThinkUKnow – Fantastic resources to use with your child. Includes the E-safety cartoon series ‘Hector’s World’ and ‘Lee and Kim’s Adventures’.

UK’s Safer Internet Centre – Including the DigiDuck e-book and the adventures of Smartie the Penguin.

BBC Stay Safe Shows – Suitable for KS1 and KS2.

Key Stage Two Links:

ThinkUKnow – Including information and games.

UK’s Safer Internet Centre – Many articles, games and videos.

BBC Stay Safe Shows – Suitable for KS1 and KS2.

Safer Internet Day

Each year, we take part in Safer Internet Day – a worldwide event organised by the INSAFE network. Take a look at the video below of some of our Key Stage One children sending out an important e-safety message.