UK Safer Internet Day 7th February 2017 Be the change: unite for a better internet #SID2017 #giveasmile
At St Anthony's Catholic Primary School we understand the importance of safe use of the Internet.
Parents and Carers: Please click the links below to access Internet Safety advice and tips. Help to keep your children safe online.
Do you feel unsure about how to protect your children on Social Media?
Click the link below:
This year we are working towards gaining our e (Safety) Mark.
Schools that are able to show good practice in their e-safety policy and procedures can apply for the E-Safety Mark. The first step towards gaining the mark involves an online application to South West Grid for Learning and submission of a completed 360 degree safe self review in which the school has reached at least the benchmark level in all aspects (shown on the online tool).
The 360 degree safe self review tool is free to use and is intended to help schools review their online safety policy and practice. It provides:
- Information and stimulus that can influence the production or review of e-safety policies and develop good practice.
- A process for identifying strengths and weaknesses.
- Opportunities for commitment and involvement from the whole school.
- A continuum for schools to discuss how they might move from a basic level provision for e-safety to practice that is aspirational and innovative.
Following the application, the Assessor will check the completed 360 degree safe self review tool to ensure that the school appears (in its responses) to have met the benchmark levels and be ready for an assessor visit.
The school is then visited by one or two assessors for a half day visit. Assessors will agree an agenda for the visit with the school based on an exemplar agenda. The assessor will meet with a range of staff, students / pupils, parents / carers and governors and will also carry out a brief review of some of the schools paper / online evidence (policies, minutes, audit logs etc). At the end of the visit the school will be informed by the assessor whether or not their application has been successful. The assessor will also suggest areas of strength and weakness in the school’s e-safety provision. There is a charge for the assessment. All Curriculum Innovation consultants are qualified SWGfL E-Safety Mark assessors and have delivered inspections across Bradford.
Bradford's recommended resources for E-Safeguarding can be found by clicking here.
Parents and Carers: Please click the link to see a website (can be downloaded as an app) that reviews apps so you know the content your children may have access too:
Safer Internet Day 2015
Please take a look at the prize winners work below:
Winning posters by:
Alex Canning- Reception Eesah Rehman-Year 1 Lola Benson-Year 2 Joe Krywyszyn-Year 3
Erin Canning- Reception Connie Taylor-Year 1 Raviha Mohtisham-Year 2 Zion Mndima-Year 3
Lydia Abraham-Year 4 Diya Mistry-Year 5 Ella Francis-Year 6
Suhaib Hassan-Year 4 Nicole O'Sullivan-Year 5 Hannah Foy-Year 6
If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school and ask to speak to Miss Belcher.
Please follow the link below to complete the Parents E-Safety survey to support the new E-Safety curriculum that has been implemented in school. The password is Parents2014: