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Lancaster

Christ Church Primary School

Have Faith... In yourself... In others... In God

"For nothing will be impossible with God" Luke 1:37

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Lancaster

Christ Church Primary School

Have Faith... In yourself... In others... In God

"For nothing will be impossible with God" Luke 1:37

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Online Safety

Click on the link above to view our Online Safety Policy

 

Date written: January 2019

Last Updated: January 2020

Scheduled Review Date: June 2020

 

Acceptable Use Policies

 

What is an AUP?

We ask all children, young people and adults involved in the life of Christ Church CE Primary School to sign an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), which is a document that outlines how we expect them to behave when they are online, and/or using school networks, connections, internet connectivity and devices, cloud platforms and social media (both when on school site and outside of school).

 

Why do we need an AUP?

These rules have been written to help keep everyone safe and happy when they are online or using technology. Sometimes things go wrong and people can get upset, but these rules should help us avoid it when possible, and be fair to everybody. School systems and users are protected and monitored by security and filtering services to provide safe access to digital technologies. This means anything on a school device or using school networks/platforms/internet may be viewed by one of the staff members who are here to keep your children safe. We tell your children that they should not behave any differently when they are out of school or using their own device or home network. What we tell pupils about behaviour and respect applies to all members of the school community:

 

“Treat yourself and others with respect at all times; treat people in the same way when you are online or on a device as you would face to face.”

Click on the link above to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Parents

 

Date Written: January 2019

Last Updated: January 2020

Scheduled Review Date: June 2020

Click on the link above to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Children in FS / KS1

 

Date Written: January 2019

Last Updated: January 2020

Scheduled Review Date: June 2020

Click on the link above to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Children in KS2

 

Date Written: January 2019

Last Updated: January 2020

Scheduled Review Date: June 2020

Click on the link above to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Staff, Governors, Students and Volunteers

 

Date Written: January 2019

Last Updated: January 2020

Scheduled Review Date: June 2020

The above sites are worth visiting to find out more about internet safety and the safe use of developing technologies. 
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