ESafety Tips for Children

What is Cyberbullying?

Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites. Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumours sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.

What to do if you are being Cyberbullied?

Cyberbullying- What should I do?

  1. Tell an adult, parents, carer or guardian
  2. Speak to your class eSafety Officers (Years 3-6)
  3. Speak to your teacher
  4. If you feel uncomfortable speaking with someone please send a message via our Report Bullying Form
  5. Keep the messages you have been sent as this will provide proof(evidence) should the issue need to be raised further.

Get Safe On Line

Some great advice from  – have a look at their site as they have some fantastic tips, videos , links for all to use

Get Safe Top 10

  1. Make sure your computer has up-to-date internet security software, switched on.
  2. Don’t reveal personal information on social networking sites.
  3. Regularly backup the data on your computer and smartphone/tablet.
  4. Never reveal your password or PIN when asked to do so by email or on the phone.
  5. Make sure your wireless network is secure at all times.
  6. Be careful who you are selling to and buying from on auction sites.
  7. Choose strong passwords, change them regularly and don’t tell anybody what they are.
  8. When shopping, paying or banking online, always make sure the website is secure.
  9. Always download the latest software and operating system updates when prompted.
  10. Remember your smartphone is also a target for viruses and spyware.

Online games and advice for children

Esafety Tips for Parents

Technology is evolving at an alarming rate and it is important to keep up to date with how we can enhance the safety of children’s online safety.

Here are some useful links to support Esafety at home:

Parental links and advice


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Safer Internet Day -Tuesday 7th February 2017

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Junior Esafety Officers

Infant ESafety Officers

Esafety monitors

We have esafety monitors in each class:

  • 6RM Adam L & Keira
  • 6CW William & Paige
  • 5MH Alexsandro & Edith
  • 5ET Harry H & Emily W
  • 4GM Mia & Eiljah
  • 4HW Reuben & Matilda
  • 3MR Harry & Lily
  • 3ON Braydon & Abbie
  • Y2RO Amirah & Hallam
  • Y2DA Autumn & Shayan
  • Y1DM Ronan & Olivia M
  • Y1JH Niamh & Zachery

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