Online Safety at Woodfield
Woodfield Primary School provides supervised access to the Internet. We believe that the effective use of the internet is worthwhile and is an essential skill for children as they grow up in the modern world. Although there are concerns about pupils having access to undesirable materials, we have taken positive steps to reduce this risk in school. Our school Internet provider operates a filtering system that restricts access to inappropriate materials. This may not be the case at home so we have provided you with some information on safe Internet access here.
Find further information relating to our Online Safety curriculum here:
Summer Term 2019
This term’s Online Safety themes are staying healthy and staying accountable.
Spring Term 2019
This term’s Online Safety themes are staying safe and staying critical.
Around school, pupils have been learning all about what personal information is as well as how to keep this information safe. For example, Year 6 have been focusing on the protection of passwords and personal information on social media whilst Year 4 have been practising creating secure passwords and screen names.
Autumn Term 2018
This term’s Online Safety themes are staying SMART and staying kind.
On Monday 22nd October, parents and carers joined KS1 children for an afternoon of Online Safety activities. Our children were engrossed in activites that sparked discussion about staying king and staying smart online!
Online Safety Guidance
Trends in technology and social media can be rapid and we aim to keep you well-informed so that you are aware of these. Click the below links and websites to access guidance. If you wish to ask any questions or discuss any concerns you have, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Wardle (Online Safety Lead) or Miss Fallon (Designated Safeguarding Lead) via the main office.