Halfway Junior School

  1. Parents
  2. Staying Safe
  3. E-Safety


We understand that technology is an integral part of modern life. As such, we ensure that we not only teach our pupils how to use a range of different computing technologies through their weekly computing lessons, but that we are frequently covering E-Safety. We use the Sheffield Scheme of Work for Primary Computing which has E-safety lessons built into every unit the children will cover. 

We also cover E-safety through annual online safety weeks, anti-bullying week and our PSHE curriculum.  

We teach our children to stay safe online by being SMART.


Safer Internet Day

As a school we take part in the annual 'Safer Internet Day' 

For more details, visit:


 Smart Poster.pdfDownload
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E-Safety at home

We understand that some parents can sometimes struggle to keep up with the things their children are doing online and find it hard to know how to supervise them.

Below are a number of websites and links to support parents / carers in being aware of the dangers online and ways that you can support your child in keeping safe when using the internet. 

Think-U-Know: advice from the Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre 

KidSmarta guide to online safety for all internet users 

CEOPlots of useful information for parents and carers on esafety issues 

cbbc - the ultimate internet survival guide

NetAware is a simple guide, for parents and families, to the most popular social networks, apps and games.  Helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online. 

Click here to find out more and to sign up for email alerts.  Be the first to hear about new social networks, potential risks, important updates and news to keep you child safe on line.


Safe Search Kids provides safe browsing.  Conducting searches from the Google website ensures Google Safe Search is always set to the highest level of security.

Click here to access Google Safe Search.

E-Safety Tips for Parents: 6- 10 years.

From internetmatters.org 

If your child has been harmed online....

In the booklet below you will find information about what online harm is and ways you can effectively help and support your children. 

 How to Help My Child.pdfDownload
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