14 February, 2020
As e-safety becomes an increasingly pressing issue for parents, the school wanted to equip them with the necessary knowledge to keep their children protected online, so that the whole family can enjoy the internet securely.
Principal Kelly Moore welcomed parents to a workshop, providing guidance on how to keep children safe in the online world including on computers, mobile phones and games consoles. Pupils then spent a day looking at the benefits and dangers of using technology through drama, art and online activities.
Principal, Mrs Kelly Moore said:
“I would like to thank all the parents who attended our E-Safety Workshop. We all rely on technology in our everyday lives and E-Safety Day provides a focus for pupils, parents and staff to renew their online safety awareness, ensuring we use digital technology in a safe and positive way.”