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Online Safety

At Thomas A Becket Junior School, fostering a secure online environment and imparting essential e-safety skills to all our children is paramount. We focus on teaching e-safety thoroughly through a varied approach that combines interactive lessons, engaging activities and age-appropriate discussions. Our curriculum not only addresses the potential risks associated with online activities, but also emphasises the cultivation of responsible digital citizenship. By incorporating real-world scenarios and practical guidance, we empower our children to make informed decisions, navigate the digital landscape responsibly and respond effectively to online challenges. We make sure the children gain practical skills, keeping themselves and others safe online. Our approach nurtures a lasting understanding of e-safety, preparing TAB children to navigate the digital world confidently and responsibly.


Below is our e-safety overview and while we explicitly teach e-safety within our computing curriculum, it is essential to note that this crucial aspect is not confined solely to these lessons or this subject. Our commitment to promoting online safety extends across the curriculum, including Personal, Social, Health, and Economic Education (PSHE). This approach ensures that the principles of responsible digital citizenship and safe online practices are seamlessly integrated into the broader curriculum. By addressing e-safety in diverse lessons, we aim to provide the children with a well-rounded understanding, emphasising the importance of navigating the digital landscape responsibly in all aspects of their education and lives.


E - Safety Curriculum Overview

Please follow the link below where you will find our Online Safety Policy.

School Internet Safety Software

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) Information




Useful websites for further information on e-Safety: