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Welcome to The Epiphany School Website

We are a friendly school with a real family feel. We place great emphasis on knowing, caring for and supporting all our children and promote positive relationships based on praise and encouragement within a Christian ethos. Should you need information or policies contained on this website translated the school will be happy to do so.

Online Safety

Keeping children safe on the internet is important for parents and carers as well as staff at The Epiphany Primary School.

 

 

At The Epiphany School, Miss R. Burnett (Year 4 Class Teacher) is the school's E-Safety Champion. If you have any questions regarding Online Safety make sure you find her within school. 

Safer Internet Day 2021 

 

Safer Internet Day will be on the 9th February 2021 with the theme: 

An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world

 

This year in the UK, Safer Internet Day explores reliability online. The internet has an amazing range of information and opportunities online, but how do we separate fact from fiction?

 

Watch the videos below to learn more. 

Presentation From Dorset Police

Get involved in Safer Internet Day 2021

What can you trust online?

A film aimed at children and young people aged 4- 11 exploring what we can trust on the internet as part of our Safer Internet Day 2021

Look at some of the children's work from Safer Internet Day 2021

Advice for Digiduck

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Year 1 children provided Digiduck with some advice on how to stay safe online. Take a look at the video to learn some tips!

Our Fake News

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Year 4 children enjoyed recording their own fake news stories.

Please take the time to have a look at the websites and images below which will explain the risks children face when using the Internet and what you can do to help keep your child safe.

Partial Closure and Self- Isolation Update

 

Kids will be spending more time online during lockdown, the NSPCC provides tips and advice to keep children safe online during lockdown and beyond.

 

1. Keep being a TEAM.

2. It’s ok to be flexible.

3. If it’s possible, share the supervision with other parents.

4. Get familiar with video chatting and livestreaming.

5. Take online safety offline.

6. Got a tech question? Ask for support.

7. Think about age and content ratings.

8. Add security to your smartphone or tablet.

Look at the free online safety guides below

They provide lots of useful information for parents, carers and children! 

Online Safety Storybook

Oscar’s Adventures in the Online World has been created to help you understand what it takes to stay safe in the online world. It can be used as a story book at home. All you need is a hint of adventure to open up endless hours of wonder and excitement, while learning how to make safer decisions when using the internet. Help Oscar make the right decisions so he can avoid dangers on his journey through the online world.

When searching online it is important to remind children to search safely.

Take a look at these user guides for additional advice.

The 4 big internet providers in the UK – BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media - provide their customers with free parental controls which can be activated at any time. They have come together to produce helpful video guides to help you to download and set-up the controls offered by your provider.

 

Additional, advice for parents can be found on the Thinkuknow website.

Vodafone produces a very useful on line safety guidance tool for parents.

The South West Grid for Learning also has a lot of advice for practitioners and parents.

The Safe Schools and Communities team (Dorset police) are able to offer several training packages for children, parents and staff.

The UK Safer internet centre runs a help line for professionals.

The NSPCC also provide support linked to social networks, apps and games. 

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