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Online Updates 2021

As we continue to progress through lockdown 3.0  the safety of our children remains our key priority and we are continually reviewing our safeguarding protocols. In light of this, we have introduced a zoom code of conduct which outlines our school expectations of our live online interactions. Please read and follow the outlined Zoom code of conduct which can be found in the Online Safety policies section. It is essential that all learners do this in order to support us in delivering a safe remote learning curriculum. 

9th February 2021 

After lots work about online safety with the children this week, I would like to share an opportunity for free digital safety training for parents and carers being held on the 17th February and the 17th March. Please see the document below titled ‘Free Online Safety Training for Parents and Carers’ for an overview of the topics which will be covered and details for booking a place. 

In addition to this, I have uploaded a leaflet below about 'Fake News'. This reinforces all of our learning from today's Internet safety session. Please have a read and discuss the information with your child. Making sure we have regular, open conversations with our children about online safety is incredibly important to allow us to help keep them safe.

Thank you for your continued support.

Mrs Duncan


There is a concerning video that has been uploaded onto TikTok of a very inappropriate and upsetting scene. TikTok is aware and are working hard to try and remove the video; however this is proving very difficult. The age restriction for TikTok is 13 years old therefore none of our children should be accessing this site, however if they are, please monitor your child’s use. 

For more information about TikTok and the associated risks, please follow the link below: