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Internet Safety

On Friday, year five and six were visited by two ladies who came to discuss internet safety. They explained about the age limits on various websites, what dangers to look out for and what to do if you do not feel safe.

What did you learn?

Mr Platt 🙂

E-Safety Coffee Morning (THIS FRIDAY)

As you are aware internet safety is a key issue for most parents and schools in this ever changing and technology driven world. The NSPCC state, 1 in 4 children have experienced something upsetting on a social networking site” and 1 in 3 children have been a victim of cyber-bullying”

We want to keep the children at St.Paul’s as safe as possible online. On Friday, PCSO Luke Carson has been invited to present some information to parents and carers about children’s safety online. All parents and carers are welcome to come and hear ways in which we can keep children safe and also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

The coffee morning will start at 8:45 and there will be refreshments. Please let us know if you would like to attend by returning the slip on the letter, phoning or calling in at the office or commenting below.

Thank you


This Week in Reception!

Internet Safety Day 2017

Well done to our digital leaders.

This morning our very talented digital leaders lead an assembly about being safe on the internet.

They worked on a slideshow for a few weeks, on their own and practised it in a team. They told the whole school about how to stay safe and SMART online. They answered questions from the rest of the school and checked out some passwords on https://howsecureismypassword.net/ 

Miss Charles has also launched an internet safety poster competition for the whole school. If you want to enter design a poster (on the computer or by hand) and hand it to Miss Charles by the closing date, which is Friday 10th February. Good luck!