Here at Rushbrook Primary Academy and Nursery, we are committed to ensuring that children know how to stay safe on line. This includes learning about the risks of “cyber-bullying” and disclosing personal information when using electronic means.
I encourage you to read the school’s e-safety policy for Parents under the School Policies and Procedures Page.
If you would like to learn more about keeping your child safe online, please visit the following web sites:
- Safer Internet Day.
‘In order to promote eSafety at Rushbrook Primary Academy we have started a new initiative. Six pupils from each Upper Key Stage 2 class have been selected to represent the school as ‘Web Warriors’. These pupils will meet regularly to discuss the important issues surrounding eSafety.
As ambassadors they will share their ideas; report back to their classes and help us to ensure we develop responsible users of technology.
As part of their role, the children will be instrumental in producing this monthly newsletter. They will inform the school community about technology in school and provide parents with information to ensure children stay safe online. Click here to view issue one.’