Robin Hood Primary School

Headteacher: Sara Harris
Tel: 0113 2823444

Headteacher: Sara Harris | Tel: 0113 2823444

E-Safety for Parents

Mr West is the school’s eSafeguarding Leader. If you have any problems or concerns, please feel free to contact school to arrange a meeting.

Learning about how to stay safe online is very important. At Robin Hood Primary School we make sure our pupils are aware of the risks of being online and what they can do to keep themselves safe. We have a set of SMART rules which the children are expected to follow at home and in school to make sure they stay safe online. These rules can be viewed below and should be followed when using all kinds of technology such as mobile phone, games consoles, tablets and home computers.

On this page we have gathered a number of resources, documents, videos and links to other website to help you successfully navigate through the ever changing face of the internet. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the school. We would be only too pleased to give you any help or advice about keeping you and your children safe whilst online.

E-safety Curriculum Overview

E-safety is taught within every computing unit across school, from nursery and reception up to year 6. We also partake in Safer Internet Day every year. Please click on the link below to view our e-safety overview for the whole school. If you would like to see some video resources for what we often show the children, please visit the pupil e-safety section here.

E-Safety Curriculum

How to Keep Children Safe Online

Watch this short video for 10 top tips

Social Networks

Children under the age of 13 should not be accessing social network sites and we do not endorse that our children should be using them. However, we know that many do with parent/carer permission. Please take time to read the documents below to help ensure their privacy settings are correct to help protect them.

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Games Consoles Parental Protection

Nintendo Switch
Xbox 360
Xbox One
Nintendo 3DS
Xbox Family

Here are some useful websites about keeping your child safe when they are using the internet:

Monitoring apps: what parents should know
Setting safety and privacy settings for social media apps
Choosing age-appropriate video on demand and online content for your family
Digital Parenting Checklists
Learning disabilities, autism and internet safety
E-safety Presentation
Thinkuknow for Parents and Carers!
Digital Parenting
Staying Safe on Minecraft
What is Minecraft?
Monitoring apps: what parents should know
What are parental controls
Pokemon Go – A Parents Guide
Watch the Hectors World Cartoons
Cyber Cafe

If parents/carers would like a printed copy of any information on this website, please contact the school office and this will be provided free of charge.