As an addition to our remote learning provision we will now be adding online lessons via Zoom. Below you will find all of the relevant documents informing you of how Zoom will be used by staff and pupils, as well as helpful guides help you get started. You will have received a consent survey via email from your child's class teacher asking you to agree to the terms of our Acceptable Use Agreement and Remote Learning Policy which are the first of these documents.
Please click on the images below for help and advice with Online Safety.
At St Paul's we pride ourselves on keeping your children safe whilst online. We regularly conduct online safety lessons in every year group. If you have any questions regarding online safety, please do not hesitate to contact school.
National Online Safety
We now have accreditation as a National Online Safety Certified School! To continue to support us feel free to take some online safety parent training by signing up for free on the following link:
Complete the training in one go or return when you have time. There is also a wealth of information on the National Online Safety website. Click the image at the top of the page to find some handy guides for keeping children safe on popular apps and games.
There is a wealth of advice about how to protect your children online. Please see below some key links and documents which share some important advice. The Online Safety Question starters image is an excellent way to get your children talking about their online behaviour. There are so new posters that offer tips on privacy settings for your devices at home and how to monitor your child's screen time.
An update from National Online Safety for the festive period:
With Christmas only a few weeks away, many of you will be using social media to share your excitement with friends and family. Being active on social media is a great way to show others how much fun you’re having, but it’s important that you know how to use these apps safely and securely so that bad things don’t happen. By following our safety tips below, you can make sure that your personal information stays private, your postings are positive and that your social media use overall is responsible, healthy and most of all enjoyable.
A new educational resource has been developed by the National Crime Agency (NCA) to help keep our young people safe online.Follow the link below to access new ideas that you can use at home.
Below are links to some useful websites for both parents and children.
Also attached are some online safety guidance documents below. Please invest in the time to look at these documents with your children and together we can keep your child safe on the internet.