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Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Primary School

Let no one ever come to us without leaving feeling better and happier.

Online Safety

Online safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Our Lady's Primary School. We have an online safety team called the On Line Protection Squad which contains representatives from Years 4, 5 and 6 within our school in order to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material online.

Meet our team:

 

 Mrs. Wilkinson is our online safety lead and leads our weekly group meetings. If you have any concerns about anything you see or hear on the internet, your mobile phone or tablet, please report these.

 

The On Line Protection Squad has recently sent letters of invitation to adults to join the Adult safety team. Very soon we will publish the names of the adults on the team.

 

Both the pupils and adult online safety teams will work closely in promoting safety online in our school and the wider community.

 

Watch out for the On Line Protection Squad’s (OLPS) weekly entry in our school newsletter for safety tips.

 

 

 

 

 

We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)!

We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 1 Hello my name is Jakub and I am in Year 6. I really enjoy using technology. I am a good listener and I’m not too shy to speak in front of the school or parents. My favourite internet safety tip is: Tell a trusted online safety leader or your parents if at home.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 2 Hello my name is Lisa Marie and I am in Year 6. I really enjoy using technology safely. My favourite app is Kids YouTube because I enjoy watching movies. My favourite tip for staying safe online is if anything bad happens, tell an adult.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 3 Hi, my name is Demi. I am in Year 6 and really enjoy using technology. I really enjoy people coming over to me and asking if they need help with anything on their minds. My tip for staying safe on the internet is: Always tell a trusted adult if you are worried about anything you do or see.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 4 Hello my name is Tyler and I am in Year 5. I enjoy playing on Minecraft. My tip for staying safe online is only play games that your parents say you can.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 5 My name is Zuzanna and I am in Year 5. I enjoy using computers and especially PowerPoint. I am a good listener and I am looking forward to helping others learn about online safety.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 6 Hello my name is Enrikas and I am in Year 5. I really enjoy using technology safely. My favourite website is Mathletics because it is a great way to practise your Maths skills on the internet safely. My online safety tip is: If you are being cyber bullied don’t keep quiet. Tell a responsible adult.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 7 Hello, my name is Olivia and I am in Year 5. I really enjoy using computers and iPads. My favourite website is Mathletics because it is challenging for people. If you need help, we have lots of advice for you.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 8 Hello my name is Aleksandra and I am in Year 4. I enjoy playing on my Xbox 360 with my dad. My top tips for staying safe online are: Remember only to go on safe apps / games. Always ask your parents to supervise you.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 9 Hello my name is Nikodem and I am in Year 4. I like using technology to play games and to find out information. My top safety tip is to play games that are your age appropriate.
We're the On Line Protection Squad (OLPS)! 10 Hello my name is Annalise and I am in Year 4. I do my homework (sometimes) online and sometimes play on games that are safe. My top tip for staying safe is: Don’t share any videos online.

The first meeting of the new On Line Protection Squad

On Line Protection Squad assembly

Cyber-bullying assembly - 17/11/16

Cyber-bullying

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Are you being, or know anyone who is being cyber-bullied? Watch this video and decide what would you do and what should you do.

ICT Security & Acceptable Use Policy

Statement to Parents regarding E-Safety

 

All parents are asked to sign a consent form when their child starts at our school and this form covers the use of photographs, videos and publishing online as well as the use of computers and internet in school.

 

We will never post pictures, videos or publish any work with your child's name attached without your written consent. All photographs and videos on this website are completely anonymous.  

 

 

Useful websites for children:

Below you will find links to many useful websites aimed at Key Stage 1 children and Key Stage 2 children to provide advice on how to stay safe with internet technology

Tuesday 26th September - Julia Donaldson Workshop for Reception, Year 1 & 2 - 1.15pm - 3.20pm.
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