Online safety is an important aspect of your child's learning. We take cyber safety very seriously at Fairfield.
Each class is taught about e-safety throughout the year. This is done through each subject, where appropriate, as well as through our Safer Internet Week and PSHE, RSE and Computing curriculums. In addition, Mr Soanes will teach every 'Online Safety' Purple Mash unit to each year group as part of their computing lessons this year.
In the academic year of 2020-21, Year 3-5 had an e-safety assembly hosted by Google and Year 6 had an assembly about the digital transition to Year 7, also hosted by Google. We hope to have an assembly from Google every year owing to their success.
Safer Internet Day 2022 was on 8th February. Our KS2 Computing Committee members delivered an e-safety assembly to their classes. See some pictures of them practising below:
This assembly was part of a wider 'e-safety' week we held during the same week as Safer Internet Day.
In Summer 2022, we hope to hold an e-safety parent information session, hosted by our Year 6 Computing Committee members.
Any incidents of cyber-bullying are logged and parents are informed. We aim to deal with such incidents in a sensitive and pro-active way.
Please click below to access further help and advice on keeping children safe online or access the help links on our Parents pages:
Specific parental guides for a range of consoles:
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