At Hempnall Primary, we want staff, children, parents and carers to create a school community that embraces the use of different technologies to enhance learning and thinking, as well as teach all of our children how to be safe and responsible digital citizens, who make informed decisions about their actions online . We believe that the internet is a great resource and tool.
At home, many children also use computers and mobile devices to play games, learn and explore. Make talking about what they’re up to online, a normal part of everyday life rather than something that only happens when there’s a problem or issue. We believe regular, open conversations between parents, carers and children about using the internet is ultimately the best way to keep children safe online.
While there are huge benefits to being online, it is important to be aware that any time children use the Internet, they do face some potential risks, such accessing inappropriate or harmful content, harmful interactions with other users, oversharing their own personal information, grooming and sexual abuse, online bullying, gambling and manipulation by online organisations and radicalisation. We believe understanding what your child is doing online helps keep them safe online.
Please explore the pages within this section to learn more about the latest developments and how you can keep your child safe online.
Do see our Twitter feed as this has regular updates about online safety, especially during the pandemic.
Here is our online policy.
Here is our current curriculum plan for all classes for E-safety. This will be further developed for the start of the Autumn term 2020, in light of the children's experiences online learning.