Kidbrooke Park Primary School has proven its commitment to keeping it's children safe when online, by becoming a National Online Safety Certified School.
The school has received the impressive certification after completing the necessary training and showing it's dedication to protecting pupils.
And staff couldn’t be more proud. Ms Tumanowicz, Computing Co-ordinator at our school said: “Ensuring our pupils are fully aware of the dangers online and how to become responsible users of the internet has always been a priority in school, but this has become more apparent during the recent lockdowns and the introduction of online learning platforms.
“I am delighted that the school community has managed to work together, despite the distance, to complete the necessary training to achieve the National Online Safety Certified School status.”
Our school received the accreditation for our approach to protecting children in the online world, completing extensive resources created in-line with Department of Education requirements. By completing our training programme, the school has shown a strong commitment to implementing an effective whole school approach to online safety.
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