We aim to create a culture of e-safety both in school and outside by involving the whole school community and working closely with parents and carers.
To help minimise the potential e-safety risks pupils may face, we teach them how to protect themselves when using the internet and how to report any problems they meet.
E-safety is embedded across the curriculum and we regularly hold parent and carer workshops with our staff and Governors. Many thanks to all the parents that attended the recent valuable presentation by Peter Cowley, ICT and E-Safety Adviser for Kingston and Richmond Boroughs.
We want pupils, staff, parents and carers to be responsible, competent, confident and creative users of information and communication technology.
Clarendon has an e-safety strategy to support and implement these aims and objectives.