Internet Safety at School
Our E-Safety Policy and Curriculum have been designed to meet the diverse needs of our children. We have used a range of published documents to inform our E-Safety Curriculum including Computing National Curriculum; Derby Diocese Curriculum Progression Grids; Education for a Connected World; and Teaching Online Safety in School.
Our E-Safety Policy works hand-in-hand with a range of other policies including: Cyber Bullying; Anti-Bullying; and Child Protection and Safeguarding.
At Firs we work hard to ensure children understand the importance of Internet Safety. In February 2017 we took part in ‘Safer Internet Day’ and introduced to pupils our new approach to E-safety: Zip it, Block it, Flag it. E-Safety is taught both as part of the Computing and PSHE Curriculum in a two year cycle. More information about Computing and PSHE can be found on the subject page linked below.