New technologies and access to the internet enables children, parents and carers to gain information from a wide range of sources, such as social media, forums, inappropriate websites and makes cyber-bullying possible.
E-safety is a key priority at EOTAS We aim to ensure pupils stay safe at school but also gain the knowledge and understanding of how to stay safe online whilst at home. If you would like to find out about EOTAS safeguarding and e-safety procedures, please follow this link.
Please take a moment to read the information provided in the links below to learn how you can protect yourself, if you are a student, or your child, if you are a parent.
The thinkuknow website is a great place for young people to find out lots of information about the sites that they like to visit, new technology, even mobile phones. For those of you who look after young people there is an area for you too. There are resources you can use it home or to "get up to speed" with internet technology. You can also use this website to report a webpage or a person you have been chatting to online. The thinkuknow website is brought to you by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection [CEOP] Centre.
ChildNet is an excellent website that provides e-safety information for parents so you can keep your child safe.
The Better Internet for Kids guide to online services aims to provide key information about some of the most popular apps, social networking sites and other platforms, which are commonly being used by children and young people (and adults) today.
The BBC Webwise website provides a range of educational materials designed to inform young people and parents about the safe way to use the internet.
If parents or pupils have any concerns about something they have seen online or someone they have been speaking to online. The following organisations can help:
Parents and young people are encouraged to report internet abuse, such a inappropriate websites or someone who has behaved inappropriately online. Click the button below to report an incident.