Your new design will be uploaded in:
...
Please contact Delivery Team on
0113 3200 750 if you have any queries.
X
Welcome to Queens Park Academy

Queens Park is dedicated to improving the learning and teaching of e-safety. We are working towards the e-safety mark.

e-Safety at Queens Park Academy. 

We take the safety of the children very seriously. e-Safety is an important part of this. Educating the children about the SAFE use of technology is vital. e-Safety is taught to all of the children within school. Lessons are tailored to the age of the children so appropriate messages are being understood. Children learn about appropriate behaviors online and about how they can stay safe.

 

In order for the children to be confident in looking after themselves online we have to work with parents and carers. It is important the children get a consistent message from all the grown ups in their lives about online safety.

 

Each child signs an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). This document highlights the rules and expectations we expect all children to agree to. 

 

Please click here to view the Acceptable use Policy

 

Here are some useful sites you may find helpful:

 

 CBBC

stay safe

 Think

youknow

 Kidsmart

 UK safer

Internet safety

 Get safe

Online

         

Safer internet Day 2014

We take internet safety seriously everyday but on 11th February all the children from reception to year 4 took part in activities that promoted safe online behaviors. Each year group had a theme and created displays around this theme. Look below for some of the pictures of the day

 

 

Other useful websites

No search engine is 100% safe but here are some child friendly alternatives

CBBC search engine

Safe search for kids

Yahoo for kids

 

 

 

 CEOP

CEOP works with a multi agency approach across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account. They protect children from harm online and offline.

 

 

 

Visit from PC Denton

The children on the Chestnut Avenue site were visited from PC Denton. He talked to the children about safe and responsible internet use.