- EBC Partnership Agreement & Code of Conduct (Behaviour Policy)
- Student Well-Being
- Parent Partnership
At Ernest Bevin College we teach our students how to stay safe online. The internet is a vast resource which offers endless opportunities to enhance learning and social networking. However we recognise the need to keep children safe online and we do this through providing regular training for the children and providing information to parents and carers.
We're a Digital School!
Click on the logo to take you to the Parents Zone, an internet site packed full of advice and tips for keeping your children safe online. Ernest Bevin Parents are also entitled to follow the Parenting in the Digital Age online course for free. For more information & free code, please email Mrs Wilkins email@example.com
Click on the link above which takes you to the ThinkUKnow website & explains how to report, delete & block content or users on social media sites including, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat etc
Ways in which we aim to keep children safe online throughout the year:
- ICT lessons
- Safer Internet Day activities
- Talks for Parents at Year 7 Induction evening & at other times during the year
- Send home a copy of Vodafone's Digital Parenting magazine to all Year 8 students
Useful Resources (click on the links below and they will take you to external sites)
Online resource with tips and articles about keeping your children safe online
Online Safety page from the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children charity
Parents guide to Social Media sites
Guide to Internet Safety for young people & parents
National Crime Agency: Advice and links to support for other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying and hacking. Visit our Safety Centre for advice and to report directly to CEOP
Guarding against Extremism website
We give this out to students in Year 8 each year (this is the age they turn 13 & have access to social media sites such as Facebook etc). It has plenty of tips for families about getting the most out of the internet & keeping children safe online. If you would like a copy of the magazine at any other time please contact Mrs Wilkins or click on the link above which will take you to the online version.
We also hold workshops to help Parents monitor their children's online behaviour:
Keeping your kids safe online talk for parents takes place annually. Click on the links below and the resources shared will open in a new window.