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E-Safety

This page contains advice and rules for students regarding the use of the internet.

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E-Safety: Internet Rules

At St Hugh's, everyone is expected to keep to the following rules for using the internet:

I agree to do the following things:

1. I will keep my password to myself.

2. I will not look for inappropriate sites when using the internet.

3. I understand that websites I look at will be looked at by staff.

4. I will not use the internet or mobile phones to be nasty to people.

5. I will keep my personal details to myself and won't pretend to be someone else.

6. If I see something that upsets me, I will turn off the screen and tell an adult.

7. I will not talk to strangers on the computer.

8. If I get a nasty message, I will keep it and tell a member of staff or a parent or carer.

Need help or advice?

You can visit one of these websites:

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

www.kidsmart.org.uk

www.sharpsystem.com

Who else can I turn to if need help?

ChildLine is a counselling service for children and young people.

How can I contact ChildLine?

You can contact ChildLine in these ways. You can phone ChildLine on 0800 1111, send an email, have a 1-2-1 chat with us and you can send a message to Ask Sam. You can post a message to the ChildLine message boards and you can text ChildLine. The website for ChildLine is:

www.childline.org.uk

E-Safety Policy

You can read our E-Safety Policy here.