In our fast changing world, learning about E-Safety and how to exploit the amazing potential of online technology whist remaining safe and secure is a crucial aspect of our students education and wellbeing.
Students learn about E-Safety through our ICT curriculum with specific units of study in Year 7 and Year 8, ensuring students develop core skills of managing their work and social interactions safely online. Our Citizenship and PSHE programmes have online safety units in Years 8 and 9 and in Year 10 in citizenship students plan campaigns to raise awareness of issues, including E-Safety. Our pastoral teams support students if they do run into difficulties and Year leaders cover E-Safety issues through assemblies during the year.
Remember that at Brentside we are a TELLING school. We report problems and solve them together.
We recognise that E-Safety issues are constantly changing and evolving and strongly recommend visiting the excellent ThinkUKnow website run by CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre). You can download their top tips for parents at the bottom of this page.
Students ensure you have read our Student Acceptable Use Policy
and know how to report abuse
You can find out about Reporting Extremism Online here
Keep yourself informed and safe online by visiting ThinkUKnow website for Secondary Students.