E-safety is of utmost importance at the Academy. All students receive regular advice and input through SMSC, Computing and tutor time alongside events such as e-safety day.
All staff are regularly trained in managing and supporting both students and themselves with regards to e-safety.
As part of Safer Internet Week the Academy has produced an e-safety survey for parents. It can be found here. Please take a few moments to complete it. The results will give us a better understanding of any risks or knowledge gaps so that we can help and support you, by providing relevant information, advice and guidance.
Please click here for the latest DfE parent advice on cyberbullying.
The OAT Policy for E-Safety and E-Security can be found here.
|Safer Internet Day 2022 On 8th February 2022 we will be supporting the international ‘Safer Internet Day 2022’. Find out more >|
|The SHARP System: School Help Advice Reporting Page System – Help with any problems you may have in or out of school. This is a CONFIDENTIAL way to stop YOU or a FRIEND or SOMEONE you have seen SUFFERING. Find out more >|
|CE-OP: IFollow this link to report abuse through the CE-OP website. Find out more >|
|Common Sense: With good judgement and privacy settings, your teen can learn to use Facebook safely. Learn how. Find out more >|
|Safer Internet Centre: Advice for Parents and Carers on how to stay safe on the Internet Find out more >|
|Insafe: Insafe is a European network of Awareness Centres promoting safe, responsible use of the Internet and mobile devices to young people. Find out more >|
|Webonauts: Do you have what it takes to graduate from the Webonauts Internet. Find out more >|
|Thinkuknow: Guide to internet safety and safe surfing for young people from Think U Know. Learn about online safety when using blogs, chatting etc. Find out more >|
|Childline: Cyber bullying is when a person, or a group of people, uses the internet, mobile phones or other digital technologies to threaten, tease or abuse someone. Find out more >|
|Digizen: Information for educators, parents, carers and young people, sharing specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying. Find out more >|
|Reporting Harmful Content: If we see something that we don’t like online, it is everyone’s responsibility to keep us safe online, by reporting it! If you are concerned with any of this, click this link to report Find out more >|
|Report Remove Tool for naked images and videos (IWF) The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has created the world’s first tool to help children and young people get naked images of themselves removed from the internet. The Report Remove Tool can be accessed through the Childline website. IWF analysts will then review the content and create a unique digital fingerprint known as a hash, before sharing it with tech companies to help prevent it from being uploaded and shared. Find out more >|