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Brownhill Learning Community

e-Safety

At Brownhill Learning Community we take e-Safety very seriously and we have measures and resources in place to ensure that our students are protected and are made aware of the schools approach to Internet Safety. On this page you can find our policies and procedures in relation to Internet Safety and you can find additional resources on guidance and external websites which can provide you with additional information.


Reporting Issues

If you feel that there is a concern regarding e-Safety within Brownhill Learning Community, or you have any comments, then please contact office@theblc.org.uk


Policies

For information regarding our ICT policies then please see the below documents which include Internet Filtering, Acceptable Use Policy and classroom monitoring.


Click to open the file acceptable use policy

Click to open the file advice - safe search engines

Click to open the file mobile technology security & safe use procedure

Click to open the file internet filtering policy


Useful Links

Listed below are external websites which provide additional information from external providers that will be useful for advice regarding Internet Safety:


CEOP Thinkuknow

Terms of Service; Didn't Read

Online safety - NSPCC


Resources

Please see below for video's relating to keeping your child safe whilst browsing on the internet.


CEOP KS1 Film


Facebook safety for Kids