Online Safety (also known as e-Safety)

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 covering. We cover social media and sharing of images and personal information, from Year 1 through to Year 6.

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.


ThinkuknowHousehold Quotes and NSPCC all have useful reading materials for parents wanting information on keeping their children safe on social media platforms.

Sometimes, sensitive conversations need to be had with children surrounding e-safety issues and we fully appreciate that this can be difficult. NSPPC learning have some very informative and useful advice on their website to help you broach uncomfortable subjects and engage your child in a conversation about upsetting content. We are always happy to help you with this.