E-Safety is an important part of the children's education, and at Brimpton School it forms part of the curriculum. E-Safety is taught at an age-appropriate level in the classroom, and we also have visits from the local Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), who talks to the older children. Click Here to see the PCSO information given to the children about the dangers of the internet, and some important rules for using it safely.
As a parent there are a number of things you can do at home to also help and educate your child to stay safe on-line:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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