Online Safety

Click this button to make a report directly to CEOP if something has happened online which has made you feel unsafe, scared or worried. 

Update June 2018: Children in Year 3 have been learning how to use Google Forms and made an online survey for parents.  

Bishop's Tachbrook School is busy working towards the Online Safety Mark, which will recognise our good practice in online safety throughout the school.

Tuesday 6th February was Safer Internet Day, with this year's slogan being 'Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better Internet starts with you'. We marked this global occasion with a special assembly devoted to online safety. (See photos below.) Our new online safety officers helped children from each class to deliver messages about the importance of being kind and respectful online, and what to do if someone isn't.

Our online safety officers elected for 2018-2019 are:

R: Imogen and Alex

Y1: Albert and Sienna

Y2: Chloe and Alby

Y3: Christabel and Jessica

Y4: Tabby and Oliver McF

Y5: Lauren and Dexter

Y6: Jake and Alex

Below are links to some useful websites for children and their parents about the benefits and risks of using IT:

 This site from the NSPCC is a useful guide for parents to the social media, apps and games that kids use.

 Click here for a guide aimed at children aged 5-7.

Learn how to have fun and be careful when using the Internet.

 Click here for a guide aimed at children aged 8-11.

Look at what's good on the Internet, what's not so good, and learn how to get out of bad situations.

Visit the Childnet International site for advice about staying safe online.

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