At Hill View Infant School the lead person for online & offline safety and computing is: Miss K Coull
Computing in the Twenty-First Century has an all-encompassing role within the lives of children and adults alike. New technologies are enhancing communication and the sharing of information.
Thus, online and offline safety is a demonstrably necessary ethos to adopt across all practice that involves computing in one way or another.
Creating a safe computing learning environment includes:
Based on the UKCCIS “Education for a Connected World” Framework, our lessons will cover vital learning objectives, including:
Self-image and Identity,
Managing Online Information,
Health Well-being and Lifestyle,
Privacy and Security and
Copyright and Ownership.
Please view our school Computing Policy via 'School Policies' tab
To find out about how to talk to your child about being safe online click the below links for helpful facts sheets
Please download our parent checklist to make sure your children are safe online.
I will use good manners at all
times and never be rude or
mean in my communications
I won't meet up with
anyone I talk to online
unless a trusted adult says
it's OK and they come with
I will think before I post, and
not post any information
that could put me at risk.
I will only accept people as friends
that I really know.
I will keep my personal
information private by not
sharing this information with
I will tell a trusted adult if
anything I see or hear online
makes me uncomfortable.
I will only accept good
manners from people who
communicate with me.
At school I will only access
sites that help me to
learn or that are meant for
my age group.
Follow the links below for more information on online safety
|Child Exploitation & Online Protection
|Smartie the Penguin
|Parents Guide to Facebook
|Think U Know 5-7 yrs
|Preventing Abuse and Keeping Children Safe
NetAware by NSPCC
A simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games
InternetMatters by Internet Matters
This tablet-only app will help parents learn together with their child about online safety issues
iOS Settings by Apple
Enable password protected Restrictions on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
Qustodio Parental Control by Qustodio
Internet monitoring and control for mobile devices including tablets and smartphones
Free password and file manager