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At CCHSG we are very aware of the importance of guiding young people in their use of new media and technology. We are committed to ensuring that we educate and share information and good practice on how to manage safe use of the internet and technology with students and their parents.

If you are concerned in anyway about the online activity of
a child who attends our school or need advice or to report a specific incident
that has occurred online then please contact the school safeguarding lead: Mrs
Willa Jackson

E-Safety means taking necessary steps to stay safe online
and to keep your friends and family safe too. It involves being aware of the
risks that you could face whilst using technology, managing those risks in a in
a way that facilities  positive use of technology,
and empowering you to take the correct action in the event of an online
incident.

At CCHSG we are very aware of the importance of guiding
young people in their use of new media and technology. We are committed to
ensuring that we educate and share information and good practice on how to
manage safe use of the internet and technology with students and their parents.

Our curriculum delivers a robust programme of e-safety
education. Through dedicated topics on the Computing and Computer Science curriculum,
cross-curricular opportunities in other subjects and discrete lessons and talks
that make up part of the pastoral curriculum

To support families, our staff who are trained by the Child
Exploitation and Online Protection Command – CEOP, run an annual parent and
child workshop which aims to give practical advice and support to families
negotiating the digital landscape. Our workshops are supplemented by a biannual
e-safety event which involves students during the school day, staff training
after school and a parental workshop in the evening. This event is run by the
renowned EST – E-Safety Trainers, otherwise known as the “Two Johns”.

More excellent support and advice can be sought from the two
John’s website via the links below.

https://www.esafetytraining.org/

https://www.esafetytraining.org/resources

At CCHSG we endeavour to educate our learners to be
digitally literate, and to possess the skills to maximise the potential of
online learning whilst also being able to confidently manage the risks they may
face online. We wish to empower the families of our students to be able to
guide and advise their children appropriately on the use of technology and to
be able to take the correct decisive action should any incident occur.

Our E-Safety programme uses resources from the following
organisations. Parents can also find on these websites a wide variety of useful
advice and resources including the ability to report incidents directly to
CEOP:

CEOP – https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Think U Know – https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

NSPCC – https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

Common Sense Media – https://www.commonsensemedia.org/

Childline – https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/online-mobile-safety/

Childnet – 11-18 – https://www.childnet.com/young-people/secondary

Childnet – Parents & Carers – https://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers

At CCHSG we are very aware of the importance of guiding young people in their use of new media and technology. We are committed to ensuring that we educate and share information and good practice on how to manage safe use of the internet and technology with students and their parents.

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