Through our policy for online safety, we aim to achieve the following:
To view our online safety policy in full, please click the following link:Redhill Online Safety Policy
Online Safety Coordinator
Whilst all staff at Redhill take responsibility for online safety, our named online safety coordinator is Mrs Coughlan. She takes responsibility for ensuring that all members of our school community are kept up-to-date and informed when it comes to online safety. Look out for her weekly piece in the Mail on Friday to find tips on how to keep your child safe online.
Online Safety Committee
This year, Mrs Coughlan has a dedicated group of seven children from Years 4 and 5 who meet regularly to discuss how we can improve our online safety provision here at Redhill. Our first task for this year is to devise some questionnaires for children, staff and parents in order to develop some priorities that we can address as the year goes on. During Safer Internet Week 2021, our online safety committee will plan, deliver and record assemblies and lessons that will be shared across school. All of the children in school are aware of the pupils that make up our online safety committee and are encouraged to seek them out is they need any advice about staying safe online.
To find out more about online safety in the home, please follow the link below for advice on how you can teach your child to stay alert and protect themselves online.Gaming Guides
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