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St. Gregory's eSafety Leaders are Mr Perree and Mrs McDonnell. If you are concerned or would like to seek further advice, please feel free to browse through the links below for specific digital support. Alternatively, you can book an appointment with Mr Perree and Mrs McDonnell via our school office.
Our Designated and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leaders are Mrs Albon (DSL, HT), and Mrs Cheston (DDSL, Y6). 

 
The children of St Gregory's are taught about how to stay safe using a wide variety of technology including computing devices, mobile phones & gaming stations. Pupils are made aware of how to keep both themselves and others safe and not give away any personal information which may form part of a larger jigsaw. As a school, we also explore the effects of Cyber bullying, raising awareness of its dangers and what they can do if they become, or they suspect a friends ha become, a victim of cyber bullying. In addition to the many implicit opportunity taken by staff, each year the whole school takes part in an e-safety week, which provides opportunity for more explicit teaching of eSafety, culminating in a Share & Celebrate assembly at the end of the week. 

 

New for the academic year 17/18, we are providing further eSafety training opportunities for parents and members of the wider community by offering additional face-to-face training sessions, alongside providing each parent with a link to online training, which can be completed at your leisure, and provides an eSafety certificate upon completion. Information on this will be shared during the Autumn Term.

Picture 1 https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/
Picture 2 https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/Parents/
Picture 3 http://themamabeareffect.org/1/post/2013/11/do-you-know-how-to-identify-grooming.html
Picture 4 http://www.internetmatters.org/

eSafety Training for Parents, Governors & Wider Community; eSafety Sharing Assembly


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