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Welcome to our Online Safety Hub!


What is Online Safety? 

For many of us, we see our online lives and offline lives as different.

However, children are growing up with technology and the internet, so for them, there isn’t a difference at all! We know that the 'online' world can sometimes be daunting for Parents and Carers, so have created a dedicated hub, with useful videos, tips, newsletters and advice.


At Limes Farm Infant School and Nursery we are committed to ensuring our children navigate the online world safely. We prioritise our Children's mental health and wellbeing, both online and in day to day situations. We want to support our children to be able to use the Internet in a confident, curious and cautious manner. We equip our children with the right tools to spot potential dangers and empower them to make safe choices. This is further supported by all staff at our School being approachable and fully aware of our e- safety protocols.


Online Safety features across our Curriculum, in a range of subjects. There is an Online Safety focused Computing lesson at the beginning of every half term, across the School and Nursery. During PHSE, Teachers often refer to online issues and have frequent, age appropriate discussions. We also encourage discussions and dialogue with our Parents and Carers, listening and responding to concerns and keeping engaged with relevant new 'hot' topics. If you have any concerns or questions regarding online safety and your child, please speak to your child's class Teacher and they will signpost you to the information or support you need.


Please see our dedicated Computing and Safeguarding team below, who coordinate audits regularly:



Alanna Stevens -  Music and Maths Lead & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Amira Abdi - Computing, History and Geography Lead

Kerry Tutty - Lyons - Deputy Headteacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Sami Taylor - Headteacher & Designated Safeguarding Lead


Please click on the Computing link below, for access to our Online Safety & Computing Curriculum information.

Three families react to our top tips for positive online habits

One in five internet users is a child. And we believe that going online should be a positive experience for all children. That's why we want families across the UK to start thinking and talking about their online wellbeing together. Put simply, online wellbeing is how going online makes you feel.

Common Sense Media - LFI's Online Safety Fundamental Principles

The 2 Johns Live - Online Safety Event

Southend, Essex & Thurrock (SET) On line safety and Child Exploitation Awareness Campaign from facebook live session July 2021