If you are worried that your child or a child that you know is at risk of immediate harm from online activity please phone 999 or contact CEOP by following this link.
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At Leiston Primary School, it is our aim to create an e-safer community which involves pupils, parents and staff. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility and through regular training, parent sessions, e-sense curriculum and clear policies for all groups, we are supporting our children to become responsible users of technology which is constantly evolving.
All our staff attend regular training on e-safety which allows us to deliver training to our workforce, parents and carers.
Mrs Geater is our named e-safety lead; if you have any concerns or questions please feel free to contact her. She is supported by a team of e-Safety Advocates from Years 5 and 6 who lead a peer mentoring initiative by holding assemblies and workshops for students and parents.
Below you will find links to school policies; advice from The Department of Education and information about gaming restrictions to support you at home.
Welcome to our newly appointed and trained e-Sense Advocates from Year 5 & Year 6.
They are highly visible around school with their lanyards and are the first port of call for the younger children if they have a question about e-Sense. The Advocates will lead assemblies and submit contributions to the school newsletter. They work closely with Mrs Geater and deliver assemblies and classroom sessions.
Follow this link to the Academy eSafety Policy
Great advice to keep children safe whilst using the internet.
Report your concerns here!
Advice and information about how to protect your child from cyberbullying
Crucial information for parents surrounding the International recognised classification for gaming