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Sawley E-Safety Code

At Sawley Infant and Nursery School we teach all pupils the basic principles of online safety through regular taught sessions within Key Stage One and by regularly revisiting the school's e-safety code with all pupils.


We want all our children to understand the important messages around e-safety and aim to support parents with this at home. 

Please use this page as a useful place to find key information and support.

Useful links and resources:

NSPCC Online Safety Support A useful website to find out helpful tips when talking to your child about online safety 


E-safety e-book A simple book you can download and read with your child to discuss e-safety at an age-appropriate level, aimed at age 4+


Common Sense Media Unsure if content is appropriate for your child? You can use this useful website to search for games, TV, movies, books, apps and podcasts to check the content and see age recommendations.


Internet Matters 6-10 year oldsA useful website to find out helpful tips when talking to your child about online safety.


BBC Own It A useful place to find support and guidance for all things online. Primarily aimed at older children but some useful resources.


Lego - Build and Talk A useful resource aimed at ages 6-9, supporting parents in having difficult conversations around e-safety alongside playing with Lego bricks.

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Useful app guides:

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