E-Safety is really important part of our learning and keeping us safe. Technology and the way in which we engage with the internet is changing rapidly and we need to know how to use the internet safely and responsibly.
At Oak Tree we teach the SMART principles as part of our embedded Computing curriculum.
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices such as phones, computers or tablets. Cyberbullyng includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false or mean content about someone else. This can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation.
At Oak Tree we take cyberbullying very seriously and we equip our students with the skills needed to identify online bullying and how to respond to it.
Alongside teaching our pupils about cyberbullying we also teach about the importance of digital wellbeing. With the online world being such a huge part of young people's lives, it is very important that we help them to understand how to use it safely, sensibly and with an awareness of how it can impact on them. Childnet have created a page on their website with further information as to how you can support your child's digital wellbeing, tailored to their age. You can find this page here.
At Home - Resources for Children
Click on the links below to play some interactive games and to watch information videos, that will keep you safe online.
Reception - Year 2: ThinkUKnow Website for 4-7 year olds.
At Home - Resources for Parents
Please visit the E-Safety help and advice page for parents by clicking here.