Article 28: All children have the right to a good quality education.
Article 29: All children have the right to education, which should develop talents and abilities.
Article 17: All children have the right to access reliable information.
At Plymouth Grove, we love the internet! We learn all the creative, fascinating and fun things that we can do when using the internet as safe and responsible citizens.
We also know that sometimes, through no fault of our own, things can go wrong and we learn in school what we must do if it ever happens.
If you have any e-safety concerns as a parent your first point of contact at school is Hannah Cutts or Rachel Whittle (Children and Families team) who can be contacted via the main school number (0161 273 1453)
Here is our E-Safety Policy that has been written and agreed by school parliament.
Below are some websites to help parents and children to stay safe online.
Helpful Links for Children
Thinkuknow is a website to learn about how to be safe online through exciting games and activities. There is also a section for grown-ups at home too.
Childnet has a section, especially for Primary School Children.
Click CEOP if you have a serious worry and you feel you are unsafe then you need to talk to a trusted adult. This could be a family member or perhaps somebody at school. Hannah or Rachel are always available to listen to you. If you prefer you can report what is happening with the click CEOP button below. This will then send your message to people who will help stop the problem. This button is for every child in every school!
CEOP’s Parent Info Parent Info provides high-quality information to parents and carers about their children’s wellbeing and resilience.
Childnet is a magazine style website that provides answers to specific apps and games that children like to play.
Digital Parenting Magazine – Download past copies of the magazine that offers advice and tip about how to safeguard your own child.
Here is the handout from the last annual e-safety workshop for parents.