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The internet is a part of everyday life and can be accessed in a variety of ways. At Westfield Infant School we view ICT and the internet as a valuable learning resource and teach all our pupils to use it responsibly and safely.  All children are taught how to stay safe online and learn what to do if they view or read something that makes them feel uncomfortable.


Children begin their e-safety learning in EYFS and then Year 1 and Year 2 build on their knowledge.


We recognise that children access the internet at home in a variety of ways and we would like to support parents in keeping their children safe when they are online.


If you would like some further information about keeping your children safe online, we recommend the following websites:



The nationally acclaimed scheme highlighting the importance of staying safe online. There are videos all about 'Jessie and Friends' for children to watch and lots of information for parents. (In School we share this with all pupils and also go on an adventure in Hectors World during 'Healthy School Week' in February.)


Lots of information for children, parents and teachers (In School we share this with EYFS pupils- ‘Smartie the Penguin’)  



Each year we take part in 'Safer Internet Day' - to find out about this years theme please click here or for more information about Safer Internet Day

Other useful links:- 



Please find below some useful safety advice for commonly used websites.  Westfield Infant School does not endorse these websites and age restrictions apply.

Information for Parents/Carers regarding popular online games

If you require a hard copy of any of the above information please contact the school office.