At Grainville students cover online learning. They look at topics such as using the internet and sharing information about themselves. We consider the issues that can arise and how to deal with them. Students also cover topics and are given information about agencies and their websites, where they can go to find out more or get.
Through our IT and PSHE lessons our students are taught how to be safe online. This includes learning about:
- Online safety and what that means
- What to do if someone does/says something you do not like online
- How to report something using the report abuse button
Think you know
The thinkuknow website is a very useful resource for parents. The link below will take you to this website so you can explore how to keep your child(ren) safe at home.
This website has age appropriate sections and also sections that are relevant for parents/carers and those who work with children.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the school straight away and we will support you with this.
Online Safety – Useful Links
Understanding the importance of e-safety is a vital part of staying safe using the Internet.
Below is a list of relevant websites related to e-safety and to support you as your child develops.
Advice for social website users
Children’s Kidsmart Website
Get Safe Online
NCH The Children’s Charity
Think U Know Website
NSPCC Safe Surfing Guide
BBC – WebWise – The BBC’s beginners guide to the Internet
Avast! 4 Home Edition – Free Antivirus