National ONLINE Safety
PWPS is part of this Certified School Programme
We have a Whole School Community Approach to Online Safety Training
This Certified School Programme is a complete solution for schools to implement an effective approach to online safety.
It has been designed by education professionals to meet the statutory online safety safeguarding duties outlined in the Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) September 2020 guidance.
May On Line Safety Newsletter
At Pennine Way we understand that technology fuels the world
today, and the Internet and devices that can access it are a big
part of that. Along with using the Internet comes the added
responsibility of following certain rules and staying safe when
We know that children are more engaged online than they’ve
ever been. Ownership of smart devices is increasing and the
range of content they are viewing is expanding.
In an ever-changing world, ensuring pupils’ online safety has
never been more important.
At Pennine way we understand it’s an all-encompassing duty
and something every teacher needs to always be vigilant of.
As a result, internet safety is at the heart of our computing
curriculum. Every child has a dedicated term-long block of
internet safety lessons every year as well as regular
assemblies and questioning before every single computing
As a school we also take part in Internet Safety Day every year
as well as keeping parents up to date with the latest
developments in any apps/games that their children may be
playing via emails and posts on the school’s Facebook page.
At Pennine Way we want the children to leave us in year 6
understanding how amazing modern technology is and how it
can enhance both learning and their lives but also have a deep
understanding of how to use it responsibly and safely to get the
best out of it.
If you would like any support with keeping safe on-line please contact Miss Robinson or Mr Hills via firstname.lastname@example.org