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At BHVC we aim to ensure the e-safety and wellbeing of all pupils.We regularly review and update our policies and use the 360 degree Safe Self Review, recommended by Welsh Government to continually inform our provision.
We also work closely with our external school support team, SRS to ensure children are safe searching online.
Children and young people go online to connect with friends, and make new ones, to browse the internet for information, chat with others and play games. They may:
REMEMBER: if you don’t know the person you are talking to online and they ask for personal details such as :

Full name / age / address          The school you attend

Photos of videos of you          To meet you somewhere

Do not give them any details about yourself, and make sure you tell someone you trust what has happened.
CEOP run a website called ThinkUknow where you can report other people. They are supported by the police and their main aim is to stop strangers trying to meet up with children.
Are you smart online quiz (Smart crew childnet)

Who can help you?

Telling someone about your problem can really help. Lots of different people can help, such as family members, friends and teachers.

JUST MAKE SURE YOU FIND SOMEONE YOU TRUST

On social media sites and online games, you may view photos or comments that upset or worry you. If this happens you can report it directly to their site.
Childline can help and support you if you are unsure what to do and who to tell.  Call 0800 1111 or visit their website.
Accessing the Internet and being online can be fun, however there are times you may feel worried or feel you need to ask for help.

Who can help you?

Telling someone about your problem can really help. Lots of different people can help, such as family members, friends and teachers.

JUST MAKE SURE YOU FIND SOMEONE YOU TRUST

On social media sites and online games, you may view photos or comments that upset or worry you. If this happens you can report it directly to their site.
Childline can help and support you if you are unsure what to do and who to tell.  Call 0800 1111 or visit their website.
REMEMBER: if you don’t know the person you are talking to online and they ask for personal details such as :

Full name / age / address          The school you attend

Photos of videos of you          To meet you somewhere

Do not give them any details about yourself, and make sure you tell someone you trust what has happened.
CEOP run a website called ThinkUknow where you can report other people. They are supported by the police and their main aim is to stop strangers trying to meet up with children.
Are you smart online quiz (Smart crew childnet)
Pupils who attend our school, from Nursery to Year 6, are taught how to stay safe online. We regularly discuss e-safety rules as well as joining in with E-safety week each year.

Each year group follow the SMART rules (click each letter below to view)

Foundation Phase videos (3-7)

Smartie the Penguin
Digiduck Stories
ThinkUknow 4-7
ThinkUknow 4-7

Key Stage 2 videos (8-11)

Online Reputation Checklist
Own It
ThinkUknow 8-10
ThinkUknow 8-10