Hunsbury Park Primary

Keeping Safe on the InternetInternet saefty

The Internet is a fantastic tool which we are using all day every day. However, it is very important that we all know how to stay safe online and what to do if we have come across something we do not like on the internet.

At Hunsbury Park we agree to stay safe online by following the SMART rules:

S - SAFE

 Never give out any personal information including your last name, email address, home address or school address.

M - MEET

Never meet anyone you have spoken to online.

A - ACCEPT

Never accept friend requests or messages from anyone you do not know.

R - RELIABLE

Never trust all information you have read online to be true.

T - TELL

ALWAYS tell someone if you are worried about something that has happened online.

How to TELL at Hunsbury Park

At Hunsbury Park there are many ways you can TELL if you are worried about something that has happened online or you have seen something you do not likeHector character Hector1.

1. TELL Hector - Hector the Protector is our friendly on-screen Dolphin, if you see something you do not like on the internet, click Hector and he will cover the screen with his favourite friends. Then TELL an adult what you have seen and then adult will help you.

2. TELL an adult - Tell an adult at home or at school.

3. TELL CEOP - Click the CEOP button on this website and follow the steps.

4. TELL the CLOUD - Tell the online safety cloud we have in our ICT suite. Fill in an online safety form and someone will help you.

Acceptable Use Policy

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 (Years 1-2) Parents and Pupils- Parents read and sign policy.

KS2 (Year 3-6) Parents and Pupils - Parents and pupils read and sign policy.

Signed policies to be sent back into school.

E-Safety Newsletter

Hunsbury Park Keeping Safe Newsletter coming soon!

Keeping Safe at HPPS

  • Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
  • The Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Gail Barnshaw (Head teacher).
  • The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead are Mrs Jo Fantarrow and Mrs Helen Bambridge.

When coming into HPPS please remember:

  • Personal mobile phones are NOT allowed to be used or available for use whilst working with a child, group or class. This is to safeguard both the child/ren and you.  This is a non-negotiable rule.
  • Visitors or staff who do not have full DBS clearance wear a YELLOW lanyard.  This means they are NOT allowed to work unsupervised with a pupil or group.