Thank you for helping us fundraise with Miss Fisher for CLIC Sargent, raising over £900 for this fabulous Cause. Please look out for Miss Fisher on TV on Sunday running the London Marathon and listen to Capital Radio on Friday for her personal Interview. #GoMissFisher #CLICSargent If you would like to support further please go to Jodies Just Giving Page: Thank you.


Well done to 2 groups in Year 6 who have reached the final of the eSafety advert competition.  Help us win by following these links.




Is your child playing Roblox?  Click the icon for safety advice.



eSafety is about much more than who we are friends with on Instagram!  We should always use technology safely and respectfully.  Here are some top tips for digital citizenship.  

Are you using social media?  You know that you should be 13 to use SnapChat, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook and 16 to use WhatsApp.  Are these companies doing enough to keep you safe?  Find out what the NSPCC think the government should do here.


Check out our work!

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If you have any issues or concerns about you or your child's digital citizenship, please don't hesitate to contact me.  I am always happy to offer advice.


Please have a look at our eSafety workshop presentation HERE



Did you know that YouTube is one of the most popular online destinations for children to watch content, with around three quarters of those aged 5-15 using the video site? YouTube is a platform that allows users to upload and share videos worldwide. This means that your child may be exposed to any user uploaded content from anywhere in the world.  Keep your child safer by watching the following guide which outlines features such as restricted mode and disabling autoplay.


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