Online safety is an important part of keeping our children safe at Slade Primary and is something we take very seriously. This means that we have measures in place to safeguard pupils from any potential dangers or unsuitable material. All incidents are recorded and are dealt with accordingly inline with our Online Safety and Child Protection Policies (see link to policies below).
Children are taught through the curriculum how to stay safe and behave appropriately when they are online both in school and at home.
In order for us to be successful at keeping children safe when online, we regularly share resources and materials with our parents so that they receive the most up to date guidance and can therefore use this information to be able to speak to their children about how to stay safe online when at home.
Raising a concern
If you are worried about the way someone has been communicating with you or someone else then please click on the CEOP button below to make a report.
If you are concerned about the safety of a child, please email our DSLs using the enquiry form below.
If the concern is urgent, then please contact 'Kent Safeguarding Children Multi-agency Partnership' using this link to report your concern: https://www.kscmp.org.uk/guidance/worried-about-a-child.
If a child is in immediate danger, call the emergency services using 999.
Please click on the link below to see our policies linked to online safety.
Digital Family Agreement
Please follow this link to find an example of creating a digital family agreement to help make clear what is allowed, how much time you can spend on devices and any other ground rules you would like to implement. By sharing expectations it can help to reduce arguments and keep everyone safe.
YouTube Parental Restrictions
Follow this link to find out more about how YouTube has developed new features in order to help parents on YouTube and also YouTube Kids.