After-school clubs re-start this week and there are still some places available in some clubs. You can check this through the school gateway.

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Digital Wellbeing & Online Safety

Digital Wellbeing and Online Safety


Our overall well-being is determined by the physical and emotional experiences we have on a daily basis. As technology continues to be such a huge part of our lives, from the way we represent who we are to the interactions we have with others, it too has an impact on our well-being. This is often referred to as your 'digital well-being' or 'online wellness.'


It is essentially about having an awareness of how being online can make us feel and looking after ourselves and others when online. This can include recognising the impact being online can have on our emotions, mental well-being and even on our physical health and knowing what to do if something goes wrong.     Follow the links below to find out more:


Supporting Primary school children online | Advice from a Teacher

Jenny Burret, Director of Education and Strategy, gives advice on what children learn about the online world as they start school and what parents can do to ...

Social Media Age Restrictions

Using Social Media - Parents Guide

Thinkuknow. An Introduction to Parents and Carers

This presentation introduces parents and carers to the ThinkuKnow education programme. It highlight some of the resources available for children and reminds...

Screen time tips to support 7-11 yrs (Key stage 2) - Internet Matters

Why not see our top tips to put balance and purpose behind screen time to help children in Key Stage 2 (7-11yrs) benefit from their screen use. Find more at ...