Rigby Hall E-Technology and Safeguarding

Terms such as 'e-safety', 'online', 'communication technologies' and 'digital technologies', refer to all fixed and mobile technologies that children may encounter, now and in the future, which allow them access to content and communications that could raise e-safety issues or pose risks to their wellbeing and safety.

The term 'safeguarding' is defined in relation to e-safety as the process of limiting risks to children when using technology. 

This section seeks to provide guidance and support to parents, carers and pupils, to keep pupils safe and secure when interacting with e-technology within school, and for supporting the home environment.

Pack Overview

Conversation Starters

Fun Things to do

Get involved

Information & online resources

Internet Safety Plan

Quick activities

NSPCC Parent Guide

Snapchat - What parents should know

Cyberbullying & online harassment

E-Safety Letter to Parents February 2017

The Good Gaming Guide

Sexting in Schools Booklet.

Annex 1 - Sexting in Schools.

Annex 2 - Sexting in Schools.

Managing Sexting in Schools.

ACPO Lead’s Position on Young People Who Post Self-Taken Indecent Images.

Parent's Pack - What's the Problem.

Internet Safety - Letter to Parents.

Get Netwise Leaflet.

Parents Guide to Instagram.