School Year 2021-22
Ollee App has been updated
Ollee is a digital friend for children aged 8-11 years – created by Parent Zone and funded by BBC Children in Need’s A Million & Me initiative.
It helps them explore feelings around school, family, friends and the world – and share advice with a parent or trusted adult.
More information can be found at
https://parentzone.org.uk/Ollee Link for Ollee
Why not try the digital wellbeing 7-day challenge.
A week of activities with a focus of digital family wellbeing.
Share & Like.
Make time to discover what each member of the group/family/household likes doing online. Spend some time exploring each person’s favourite online platform – whether it’s a game, someone’s favourite streamers, or something else.
The Positivity Playlist.
What music makes you feel good and boosts your mood?
Create a playlist of everyone’s favourite happy tunes – and play them when you need a boost.
Have you joined the adventure?
Please tell your class teacher about your adventure.
Great news: The Legends Family Adventure begins on Thursday November 12th.
Developed by Google and Parent Zone and created by Aardman Animations, this three-part animated series about online safety follows a family of Internauts on an exciting adventure through Interland.
More details to follow.
We will be supporting Safer Internet day 2021 on Tuesday 9th February, with its theme of '...' towards supporting their memo of 'Together for a better internet' This event will be supported across school through Foundation, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
We are supporting Safer Internet day 2020 on Wednesday 12th February, with its theme of 'Free to be me - exploring Online Identity' towards supporting their memo of 'Together for a better internet' This event will be supported across school through Foundation, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
Some other resources which you may find helpful in supporting your child online are:
Information and reporting of online grooming or abuse from CEOP
Information from Parent Zone.
The UK continues to state the minimum age for signing up to online services is 13 years of age. Advice for parents for when their child wants to use social media. Please see the web link below.
Information From Parent Zone.
Find out about digital resilience and ways to help.
We are supporting Safer Internet day 2019 on Wednesday 6th February, with its theme of 'Understanding consent in a digital world - Together for a better internet'
Throughout the day, the children will take part in an assembly exploring the importance of keeping personal information safe, asking for consent and permission before doing anything which could have an affect on anybody else or themselves. They will also take part in a selection of activities throughout the day within their classes.
What happened within school -
The day started with an assembly to introduce the theme of giving consent on line.
KS1 - shared ideas on when to ask adults for permissions, told each other what they do online, watch videos on keeping safe, sung songs and made posters - also see class pages.
KS2 - discussed online services, talked about consent, considered questions using 'always, sometimes and never', watched videos about sharing data and information.
Safer Internet Day February 6th 2018
During the day each class have been looking at ways to be safer on line. This included making online safety posters, watching video clips about being safer online, talking about how people feel in different situations, singing the new 2018 song in singing assembly and using Padlet to share class activities.
Staying safe on Minecraft (added Nov 17)
Photo: Kevin Jarrett
Minecraft is one of the world’s most popular games, especially with children .
The chances are, if you have primary age children, Minecraft will be part of their world, or their friends' worlds. So what should you know about helping your kids play safely?
To continue reading......- use this link to view this article from Parent Info
These links will take you to some useful sites with information about keeping safe online.
This year SID TV has got even bigger and they now have their own you tube site with lots of videos about how to stay safe. You can access the site through the Safer Internet Day link below, or go straight to their you tube page.