We believe that the use of ICT is an essential part of education in the 21st century. The Internet and other digital information technologies are powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone.
On arrival at school, you will receive a login to our system. This includes:
- Space to save documents and files
- An e-mail account
- Filtered access to the Internet
- Logins for various Online Resources
- There are central filtering systems which block sites with inappropriate content. E-mail accounts are accessible to senior staff and may be monitored.
However, there are risks in using any technology and unfortunately, some young people may expose themselves to danger either knowingly or unknowingly. We will teach you about responsible and appropriate behaviours as well as think about how to remain safe and legal when using the Internet and related technology wherever and whenever you may be.
You will sign up to a Student Acceptable Use Agreement this agreement covers important e-safety topics and fosters an understanding of the key issues surrounding usage of ICT and the internet in and out of school. These include the use of school IT systems, email and social media, privacy, Data Protection, use of images and more.
If you wish to extend your understanding of E-Safety please use the links below:
Click here for e-safety Videos
Click here for an e-Safety Presentation for parents/carers.
Click here for some information on Bullying Apps for Smartphones
Click here for Facebook Safety Information
Look out for this icon to Report Online Abuse
Anonymously and confidentially report
Within this section
- Careers & Work Related Learning
- Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
- Examination Information
- Online Resources
- School Council
- Staying Safe
- Year Groups
- GCSE Revision Information