Pennine View School E-Safety Team
- Chris Evans – DSL / Deputy Head
- Heather Partington – Deputy Safeguarding Lead
- Jacqueline Cox – E-Safety Lead
- Kerry Martin – Governor for safeguarding
For any issues regarding E-Safety or Safeguarding please email email@example.com
or phone directly on (01709) 864978 and asking for any member of staff above.
Pupil E-Safety curriculum ( to view our complete E-Safety policy, Click Here )
This school has a clear, progressive e-safety education programme as part of the Computing curriculum / PSHE curriculum. This covers a range of skills and behaviours appropriate to their age and experience, including:
- To STOP and THINK before they CLICK.
- To develop a range of strategies to evaluate and verify information before accepting its accuracy;
- To be aware that the author of a web site / page may have a particular bias or purpose and to develop skills to recognise what that may be;
- To know how to narrow down or refine a search;
- To understand acceptable behaviour when using an online environment / email, i.e. be polite, no bad or abusive language or other inappropriate behaviour; keeping personal information private;
- To understand how photographs can be manipulated and how web content can attract the wrong sort of attention;
- To understand why on-line ‘friends’ may not be who they say they are and to understand why they should be careful in online environments;
- To understand why they should not post or share detailed accounts of their personal lives, contact information, daily routines, location, photographs and videos and to know how to ensure they have turned-on privacy settings;
- To understand why they must not post pictures or videos of others without their permission;
- To know not to download any files – such as music files – without permission;
- To have strategies for dealing with receipt of inappropriate materials;
- To understand why and how some people will ‘groom’ young people for sexual reasons;
- To understand the impact of cyberbullying, sexting and trolling and know how to seek help if they are affected by any form of online bullying.
- To know how to report any abuse including cyberbullying; and how to seek help if they experience problems when using the internet and related technologies, i.e. parent or carer, teacher or trusted staff member, or an organisation such as Childline or the CLICK CEOP button.
- Plan internet use carefully to ensure that it is age-appropriate and supports the learning objectives for specific curriculum areas.
- Ensures staff will model safe and responsible behaviour in their own use of technology during lessons.
- Ensures that when copying materials from the web, staff and pupils understand issues around plagiarism; how to check copyright and also know that they must respect and acknowledge copyright / intellectual property rights;
- Ensures that staff and pupils understand the issues around aspects of the commercial use of the Internet, as age appropriate. This may include, risks in pop-ups; buying on-line; on-line gaming / gambling;
|Pennine View School||Phone: 01709 864978 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|CEOP – Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre||Home page|
|Internet Matters||Home Page|
|Child Line||Home Page or alternatively Phone: 0800 1111|
|Think you know||Home Page|
|Safer Internet||Home Page|
|Get safe online||Home Page|
|Doncaster Safeguarding Board||Home Page|
|National Online Safety||Home Page|
Guides on how to access help > I need to report an incident > I’m concerned about my child > I’d like to understand more about keeping my child safe
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