At Stakesby, we take e-Safety very seriously. The children are taught e-Safety as a separate topic, but also refer to it during Computing lessons when relevant to the work we are doing. We cover social media and sharing of images and personal information all the way throughout the school. We strongly encourage the children to report concerns to a trusted adult and to listen to that 'uh oh' feeling in their tummies. If it feels wrong- it probably is. 

Here is a link to the CEOP website where you can make a report if you are worried about online abuse and find further information on keeping children safe online.

https://ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Also:

Thinkuknow and https://householdquotes.co.uk/keeping-children-safe-online/ are useful reading material for parents wanting to keep their children safe on social media platforms.

Below are links to a very useful app that help parents to keep a closer eye on what their children are sharing online.

e-Safety Docs

Latest News

20 June 2018

Job Vacancy-Academy Business Manager

An exciting new opportunity for a full-time Academy Business Manager has arisen at Stakesby.  (35 hours - 5 days. SP 27 - 31) Please feel free to call Mrs Nelson or Mrs Butler in the office for an informal chat. Visits to our wonderful school are welcomed. Note: This is a change to previous adverts - following a review of the role requirements, this is now a full-time post.
2 May 2018

When a drone visited Stakesby!

Paul from YorkshireDroneServices.com recently visited Stakesby with his drone to take some images of the children spelling out the word 'GOOD' in celebration of our recent Ofsted success. Year 5 used problem solving techniques in a maths lesson to work out the area that the children had to stand in and how the children and letters would be arranged. A huge 'Thank You' to Paul for his services and patience and keep an eye out in the Whitby Gazette for the images!
21 April 2018

Wise Owl's Intergenerational Session withYorkshire Coast Homes

Stakesby's Wise Owls had a lovely morning with residents of Marton Court, Whitby. With kelly Brown from Yorkshire Coast homes, they decorated paper butterflies, shared stories and sung their favourite nursery rhymes!