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Here at Welshpool High School, the safety and welfare of all our pupils is always of paramount importance, our duty of care covers all school activities including internet use. 

Our first eSafety group was set up in January 2016 and this year we will be setting up a new group with the help of Student Council members.

In the past, our eSafety group members have been involved in a number of initiatives including:

  • Creating presentations to be published on the school information screens
  • Deciding on questions for the pupil and parent eSafety surveys
  • Analysing the results of the surveys
  • Delivering eSafety assemblies to younger year groups

The aim of the group is:

  • To get a wide range of opinions across the whole school community
  • To monitor the impact of e-Safety training
  • To identify and fill any gaps in our eSafety training
  • To promote initiatives e.g., Safer Internet Day
  • To use individual skills effectively
  • To work together to improve eSafety in school


Resources for Parents/CarersHWB Keeping Safe Online Zone

Common Sense Media – Common Sense Media: Age-Based Media Reviews for Families | Common Sense Media

GoCompareYour child’s safety online is as important as their offline safety.  In this guide, learn all about broadband parental controls and how to make sure they are protected Broadband Parental Controls: How To Keep Your Child Safe Online

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