Statutory Information

E-Safety at our School

In recent years the internet has become an integral part of our children’s lives and it can be hard for you to keep up with developments and to know the best way to keep your child safe online.  This information within this page must be read in conjunction with our safeguarding and child protection policies which can be found on the “policies” section of the website.

In school, we deliver a planned, progressive e-Safety curriculum with key messages appropriate to your child’s age through our Computing curriculum, PSHE curriculum and Internet Safety Days.

We also provide e-safety training for pupils, staff and parents using Harrap ICT and Education, visits from Praisin’ hands (an engaging puppet show designed to deliver key messages) alongside visits and training from the NSPCC.

In order to support parents at home we have provided a useful list of websites below full of advice of how to  keep children safe using the internet at home.

At Oakfield we follow the Hampshire Local Authority guidance on all matters relating to E-safety. Whether you are a parent, local practitioner or young person please feel free to click on the link below to find out more.