The internet is part of our lives and is an incredibly useful tool in supporting teaching and learning.

We use technology as a resource to enhance our teaching and learning, and E-safety is our top priority. Throughout the school year, all pupils receive age-appropriate advice and guidance about keeping themselves safe online. Clear restrictions are in place across the Trust on the material pupils can access while on site and we encourage pupils to report any online activity which may make them feel vulnerable or unsafe. Further information on our approach to E-safety can be found in our Acceptable Use Policy on our Policies and Procedures page.

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