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If you have any concerns regarding your child and e-safety, please use the links below to report or 

find out more information. Please also report to the safeguarding team at Thornton (Mrs Acton, Mr Simpson or 

Mrs Hall).

 

By clicking on the icons below, it will automatically take you to the appropriate website.

(We are not responsible for any content found on external websites).

NSPCC assembly

During the Autumn term we had a visit from the NSPCC who talked to us all about staying safe online. We discussed who we can talk to if we are ever worried about anything. We also talked about all of the wonderful things you can do online and why the internet is such a useful tool.

Google Assembly 

 

During the Spring term we were visited by Google! The children took part in an interactive assembly teaching them to be safe and confident explorers of the online world. We helped to create strong and secure passwords and spotted online fraud. We made sure that we were internet sharp, alert, secure, kind and brave. We're very happy to have become internet legends!

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Online Safety Day 2019 

During the Spring term here at Thornton, it’s been Online Safety Day. We’ve all been taking part in activities across the school, including our whole school assembly. We all got together and shared our ideas about how to stay safe online. We also thought about all of the amazing things that we can do online and how amazing it can be when used properly and safely.

 

We then spent time in our classrooms thinking more about online safety. Y4/5 researched online safety and spent the morning reading information texts about the online world. Along with Y6, Y4/5 also thought about what information they would feel comfortable sharing with people in a shop window and how this is the same online. Y1 learnt a great song about staying safe online and were able to sing it to help teach others about online safety.  

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Key Stage Two Pupils - Acceptable IT Use Form

Safer Internet Day Presentation 2018

Online Safety tips for parents

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