If you need advice, support or to report an online child protection issue, then visit CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) :
Online Safety at CPS
Creating a safe computing learning environment includes three main elements at CPS:
- An effective range of technological tools;
- Policies and procedures, with clear roles and responsibilities;
- A comprehensive online safety education programme for pupils, staff and parents.
A copy of our Online Safety Policy can be viewed here:
Support for Parents
Children start using computers from a very early age and are increasingly using the internet more and more whether it is at home, in school, on their mobile phones or on a games console such as Xbox.
Technology holds future career paths for many young people, especially in Islington with Tech City and Old Street “Silicon Roundabout”.
However, the misuse of these types of technology poses potential dangers and it is important that we are aware of the dangers, minimise the risks and provide information to safeguard the community, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.
The risks include:
Cyberbullying - bullying or being bullied using any of the above technologies. These include sexting, stalking and harassment
Inappropriate content - being sent or being invited to view unwelcome content. For example, sexual/pornographic/violent/hateful/racist/homophobic/suicide
Scams/fraud - being targeted with the intent to obtain money illegally
Grooming - unwanted approaches of a sexual nature/with sexual intent or with the intent to radicalise
Overuse of technology, including mobile devices and internet
Internet safety and knowing how to protect children, young people and staff/volunteers is essential.
For further information please contact Katy Potts
Be 'Net Aware'
Do you ever wonder what the apps or games your child is using are all about? If so then please take a look at the NSPCC Net Aware site. It is a useful parent guide to the social media sites many children use every day.
If you have a tablet or iPad at home, browse this list of suggested apps to support your child's learning at home.
Top Tips for using apps
If you have any e-Safety concerns, please speak to Mr Sudell, Computing Leader.
Below are some more useful links for parents about e-Safety.