Barlborough Primary School

Barlborough Primary School

Aiming Higher - Together

High Street, Barlborough, S43 4ET

01246 810381

Online Safety Updates

Online safety Updates

Incident Log

If you have any worries or concerns that you have experienced online and you would like to report, please fill in the details below. This can be done anonymously, however if you would like personalised support, please include your name. We are here to help.

Alternatively, you can fill in an online concern slip found in your computing folders and hand this in to an adult you can trust or Miss Jolly.

Are you worried about the way someone has been communicating with you online? Report it straight to CEOP.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection

Online Safety Newsletter- Spring 

Safer Internet Day Virtual Pet Show

This year for Safer Internet Day we put on a virtual pet show. Children created videos or presentations to showcase their wonderful pets, all whilst ensuring the information that they were sharing within these were safe. We had some wonderful entries, please see the children's and staff entries below.

On Safer Internet Day, every child had the opportunity to vote for the pets and leave positive comments to help be a positive influence online. This helped find winners in all four categories.

Watch the videos below to see who were crowned the best in show. 

Staff Virtual Pet Show

Online Safety Newsletter

i-Vengers Christmas Video

Please watch the video below for some Online Safety tips for families this Christmas.

Online Safety Newsletter 

Cyber Choices- The National Crime Agency

According to The National Crime Agency, some young people are vulnerable to becoming involved in cyber crime or have already committed offences.
They may be motivated by a desire to challenge their skills, boredom or a lack of understanding of the law and the consequences of breaking it. They may be illegally hacking or using stressor services while gaming for example. The Cyber Choices team want to prevent this through the education of young people.


Please take a look at the leaflet below to gain more insight into this and visit their website for more information targeted towards supporting parents/carers with this: Cyber Choices - National Crime Agency



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