Internet Safety is an important part of our curriculum at Owslebury Primary School.
Every year we celebrate Safer Internet Day to make sure our pupils are informed about how to use the internet safely every day.
Each year group explores internet safety in Computing lessons throughout the curriculum in the year. This makes sure that anything they are unsure about is talked about in many different contexts.
We love to use the internet at our school, and by keeping safe, students at Owslebury Primary School are well equipped for using it effectively.
Please find some useful websites below about how to ensure your children are kept safe online.
Safer Internet Day 2023
Advice for parents and carers
Safer Internet Day is a great opportunity to focus on online safety with your child, whatever their age. UK Safer Internet Centre have created a range of pages to help you start a conversation with your child, whatever that may be about and no matter how much time you have.
Safer Internet Day 2023 is celebrated on 7th February 2023, with thousands of people across the UK working together to champion youth voice and engage in conversations about how we can all work together to make the internet a great and safe place. I school we will be learning about how to stay safe online.
Please follow the link below for resources that you may find helpful - all about making space for conversations about life online.