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Riddlesden St Mary

E-Safety

At Riddlesden St Mary's, E-safety issues form an integral part of our ICT curriculum. 

We promote Zip It, Block It, Flag It – the Click Clever, Click Safe Code for children and young people.

ZIP IT refers to children keeping their personal information and material private and thinking about what they say or do online.

BLOCK IT reminds children to block people who communicating inappropriately and not to open any links and attachments they receive by email or through social networks if they’re not 100 per cent sure they’re safe.

FLAG IT advises children to report to a parent, guardian, teacher or someone in authority, anything that upsets them while they are online or if someone asks them to meet up in the real world.

 Please click on any of the useful button links below. They offer advice, resources and guidance for both children and parents/guardians:

The guides below are taken from the National Online Safety Website:

We acknowledge that the "Momo Challenge" has been currently circulating around social media. Please be aware that to initiate this, children have to accept the requests from the pop ups. Due to the nature of this, please be vigilant on your child's use of social media at home and encourage then not to accept any unknown requests. Please find below the information leaflet we sent out on Wednesday 27th February:

 E - Safety Sessions in School

November 2018 - PC Luke Carson delivers E-safety sessions to Years 5 and 6.

E-safety is part of the National Curriculum. Children benefit from the Cyber Awareness sessions as they not only become aware of the potential online dangers, but also learn how to protect themselves. These are run by West Yorkshire Police. PC Luke Carson is part of the West Yorkshire Police and has been delivering pupil, parent and staff E – Safety Sessions for the past two years. During these sessions they learn about the dangers of sharing private information, what to do if they have a concern, the law, the PEGI ratings, use of popular social media apps and cyber – bullying.

 

 E - Safety Parent Workshops in School

Tuesday 27th November 2018 and Friday 14th December 2018 - PC Luke Carson delivers E-safety sessions to Parents.

Parents play a central role in the E-Safety education of their children, through promoting safe use of technology at home. PC Luke Carson came into school and provided an E-Safety session. The aim of these workshops were to aid in educating the parents in the virtual world so that they can have the relevant information to help keep their children safe in the future while they are online.The workshop was well received by parents as it they felt that they were much more knowledgeable than before.

 Bradford's Got Cyber Talent Competition

Lina Ali is selected as one of ten finalists in Bradford's Got Cyber Talent Competition.

Bradford District Cyber Team (within West Yorkshire Police) were looking to work with Primary schools across the Bradford District to create some new, exciting material and uncover some hidden talents! The competitors were asked to create either a song, poem, or rap about staying safe online, the dangers of the online world or cyber bullying.

Lina entered the competition with a simple yet effective poem and was chosen to be in the final ten! She represented our school really well and came joint 3rd place. She received outstanding feedback, especially having the courage to perform solo. 

E-Safety

At Riddlesden St Mary's, E-safety issues form an integral part of our ICT curriculum. 

We promote Zip It, Block It, Flag It – the Click Clever, Click Safe Code for children and young people.

ZIP IT refers to children keeping their personal information and material private and thinking about what they say or do online.

BLOCK IT reminds children to block people who communicating inappropriately and not to open any links and attachments they receive by email or through social networks if they’re not 100 per cent sure they’re safe.

FLAG IT advises children to report to a parent, guardian, teacher or someone in authority, anything that upsets them while they are online or if someone asks them to meet up in the real world.

 Please click on any of the useful button links below. They offer advice, resources and guidance for both children and parents/guardians:

The guides below are taken from the National Online Safety Website:

We acknowledge that the "Momo Challenge" has been currently circulating around social media. Please be aware that to initiate this, children have to accept the requests from the pop ups. Due to the nature of this, please be vigilant on your child's use of social media at home and encourage then not to accept any unknown requests. Please find below the information leaflet we sent out on Wednesday 27th February:

 E - Safety Sessions in School

November 2018 - PC Luke Carson delivers E-safety sessions to Years 5 and 6.

E-safety is part of the National Curriculum. Children benefit from the Cyber Awareness sessions as they not only become aware of the potential online dangers, but also learn how to protect themselves. These are run by West Yorkshire Police. PC Luke Carson is part of the West Yorkshire Police and has been delivering pupil, parent and staff E – Safety Sessions for the past two years. During these sessions they learn about the dangers of sharing private information, what to do if they have a concern, the law, the PEGI ratings, use of popular social media apps and cyber – bullying.

 

 E - Safety Parent Workshops in School

Tuesday 27th November 2018 and Friday 14th December 2018 - PC Luke Carson delivers E-safety sessions to Parents.

Parents play a central role in the E-Safety education of their children, through promoting safe use of technology at home. PC Luke Carson came into school and provided an E-Safety session. The aim of these workshops were to aid in educating the parents in the virtual world so that they can have the relevant information to help keep their children safe in the future while they are online.The workshop was well received by parents as it they felt that they were much more knowledgeable than before.

 Bradford's Got Cyber Talent Competition

Lina Ali is selected as one of ten finalists in Bradford's Got Cyber Talent Competition.

Bradford District Cyber Team (within West Yorkshire Police) were looking to work with Primary schools across the Bradford District to create some new, exciting material and uncover some hidden talents! The competitors were asked to create either a song, poem, or rap about staying safe online, the dangers of the online world or cyber bullying.

Lina entered the competition with a simple yet effective poem and was chosen to be in the final ten! She represented our school really well and came joint 3rd place. She received outstanding feedback, especially having the courage to perform solo.