Leas Park E-Safety 


At Leas Park Junior School we are fully aware of the risks associated with the use of the internet and electronic devices. Our aim is to ensure that all pupils are aware of the various steps they can take in keeping themselves safe online. Our school is committed to promoting the safe and responsible use of the internet and ensuring the whole of our community including staff, students and parents are kept up to speed with technological changes and their associated issues. We have a trained IT Officer in school to support and reinforce a safe internet policy. 

What do we do in school to protect our community?

We teach e-safety through our Computing and PSHE lessons. We also have Safer Internet Day each year.

We hold an anual e-safety assemblies for all year groups and we have a week of dedicated e-safety events to coincide with Safer Internet Day and Anti Bullying Week.

There are many different applications on the internet that young children can download and use, however there are lots of apps that young children might try to access. Common apps might include Whatsapp, Snapchat and Facebook. Many of these apps require a sign in or might be signed in. As as School we block access to these apps however when pupils go home they my try and access these apps. To protect your child outside of school we recommend using safe guards similar to our school to protect your child.


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