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Killingholme Primary School is committed to the use and development of ICT within our school community. As a result of our high commitment to ICT, internet safety is an integral part of the embedded ICT structure within the school. All pupils in Key Stage 2 have been allocated with a netbook for use in school and at home. Before any child is allowed to take home a school netbook, the child and their parents must sign a user agreement which promotes safe use of the laptop (including internet safety).  We have recently added to our ICT hardware by purchasing laptops and I pads for our pupils to use.

In our school, messages from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) site are promoted to help pupils understand how to remain safe when using the internet.  Each year we take part in the Safer Internet Day, whereby pupils engage in a number of activities to promote safer internet use and this is also reinforced via our curriculum and during Anti Bullying Week. Our school is now committed to completing an E safety programme by taking part in the 360 Degree Safe Mark. For further information please visit the CEOP website at: http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

E Safety

At Killingholme, we know that it is of the utmost importance to ensure that all children have a secure understanding of E Safety principles. If you or your child have any concerns then you can follow the CEOP website link on this page to seek advice and support or if you have any questions regarding how to keep your children safe on the internet, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Eaton.


Here are a few links to some E Safety websites and resources that will provide you with information of how to keep your children safe online: