Online Safety

At North Ridge we have introduced an e-safety curriculum. This is taught within Computing lessons in Key Stage 3 and 4.

 

We have based our curriculum upon the Childnet, SMART E-Safety initiative.

 

You can find out more information about SMART by following the appropriate link.

 

We also provide E-Safety intervention lessons for students needing additional support.

 

If you would like to speak to a member of staff in regards to an E-safety concern then please contact Bernice Kostick (Head) or Gill Foord (Deputy Head) via the school office.

 


Please see our latest online safety newsletter and parental controls booklet:

 

Parental Controls booklet

Online Safety Newsletter: June 22

 

Previous online safety newsletters:

 

Online Safety Newsletter: May 22

Online Safety Newsletter: April 22

Online Safety Newsletter: March 22

Online Safety Newsletter: February 22

Online Safety Newsletter: January 22

Online Safety Newsletter: December 21

Online Safety Newsletter: November 21

Online Safety Newsletter: October 21

Online Safety Newsletter: September 21

Online Safety Newsletter: July 21

Online Safety Newsletter: June 21

 


Below are some helpful links from Internet Matters to support you in keeping your child safe online:

 

Guide to apps

 

Online gaming advice

 

Online safety issues

 

Parental controls

 

Reporting online issues

 

Social media guide

 

Set up devices safely

 

Supporting pre teens online

 

Supporting teens online

 

Family online safety quiz