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19th September 20
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What is eSafety?


eSafety is a term which means not only the internet but other ways in which young people communicate using electronic media, e.g. mobile phones. It means ensuring that children and young people are protected from harm and supported to achieve the maximum benefit from new and developing technologies without risk to themselves or others.

This page aims to equip parents with the best tools and advise for supporting children. If you would like free leaflets or any further information please ask for Mr Aspinall - Computing Manager, at reception.

TIK TOK Privacy Changes


It is becoming apparent a large number of our children access the social media app Tik Tok. Tik Tok has a 13 age rating meaning any one younger than this should not be using the app. If you do choose to allow your children to access this app please note that Tik Tok have recently released privacy setting changes which allow parents to have better control over what children are accessing on Tik Tok. Read this article to find out more.

Own It App


The new 'Own It' App helps guide your children when typing messages to friends and more. Find out more here.

Internet Safety Day 2020


Thank you to all those who participated in Internet Safety Day 2020. It was a great success in which every class had the opportunity to take part in 3 seperate internet safety activities.


Parent Resources


There is now a whole host of free easily accessible resources out there for parents to help their children stay safe in the digital world. Try the following websites:



UK Safer Internet Centre

Internet Matters

Think U Know

Common Sense Media

Digital Parenting Magazine


Digital Parenting Magazine is a free resources which offers advice and help for parents in an ever changing digital world. Eldon has secured copies of the next publication which will be delivered and sent home with all children.

Previous publications can be found below and viewed online:

Digital Parenting 6, September 2017

Digital Parenting 5, October 2016

Digital Parenting 4, September 2015

Digital Parenting 3, April 2013

Digital Parenting 2, September 2012

Digital Parenting 1, November 2010

Setting up internet parental controls


You can control what your child is viewing through your home internet provider. Head to the Uk Safer Internet website for advice on this. 

Own It App


The BBC have released a fantastic App called 'Own it' which brings up advice and suggestions for children when they type certain things on their keyboard in a mobile device. Find out more here.


  1. TIK TOK (Social Media Website, formely known as Musical.ly)

Click here to read a quick guide to staying safe on Tik Tok.

This parents' Ultimate Guide to Tik Tok by Common Sense Media is very informative

Also be aware Tik Tok stars with 100k+ followers broadcast live and request gifts from followers which cost money. See below video for details:

   2. Fortnite

Fortnite is a computer game where players battle against each other online to be the last player standing. It is 13 age rated game, has an 'open chat' element where children could hear profanities and the game contains violence.

Common Sense Media offer an indepth guide.


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Our Golden Rules For Staying Safe With ICT (Juniors)


Our Golden Rules for Staying Safe with ICT

We always ask permission before using the internet.

We only use the internet when a trusted adult is around.

We immediately close/minimise any page we are uncomfortable with (or if possible switch off the monitor).

We always tell an adult if we see anything we are uncomfortable with.

We only communicate online with people a trusted adult has approved.

All our online communications are polite and friendly.

We never give out our own, or others’, personal information or passwords and are very careful with the information that we share online.

We only use programmes and content which have been installed by the school.

Our Golden Rules For Staying Safe With ICT (Infants)


Our Golden Rules for Staying Safe with ICT

We only use the internet when a trusted adult is with us.

We are always polite and friendly when using online tools.

We always make careful choices when we use the Internet.

We always ask a trusted adult if we need help using the Internet.

We always tell a trusted adult if we find something that upsets us.

Keep your details private


Internet Safety Day


On the Tuesday 6th February Eldon Primary School particpated in Internet Safety Day. As part of the day children recieved e-safety advice in class and assemblies.

For PARENTS! Click here for fantastic content regarding keeping your children safe online.


E-Safety Policy : Adobe Acrobat file (696.9k)

Click on the writing on the blue tab above to download our E-Safety policy.

e-Safety KS1 Assembly


We read a fantastic story during our KS1 assembly called Digiduck. Digiduck interacts with his friends online and contemplates sending a picture, which makes fun of his friend, across the internet. Wise Owl shows him that there are consequences to such actions and that we must treat people online in the same way do in real life. Click here to be taken to the story.



It is very important to keep safe online. Here are some online resources to help us find out how to do that.

Captain Kara and Winston's SMART Adventure
The SMART Adventure illustrates Childnet's SMART rules and includes a real life SMART Crew of young people who guide the cartoon characters in their quest and help them make smart online decisions.

Find out more about Kara and Winston


eSafety resources for 5-7 year olds including Hector's World and Lee and Kim's adventures.

To visit their website click here

eSafety resources for 8-10 year olds including Thinkuknow's Cyber Cafe.

To have a look at these resources click here