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At Old Basing Infant School, we take the children’s safety and well-being extremely seriously and we start teaching e-safety from a very early age. Our strict filters mean that the children cannot access inappropriate material at school. However, we are aware that technology is always around them and access to the internet, through a variety of devices, is increasing all the time. Therefore, it is important to discuss with children the dangers that the internet could pose, as well as the possibilities it can open up.


Children should always be supervised when using and accessing the internet. Parental controls can be set up on home devices to ensure that your children access age appropriate content. For more information on how to set this up, please visit  which has a step-by-step guide for many devices and services.  Children should always play games with the appropriate PEGI rating. PEGI website helps parents to make informed decisions when buying video games or downloading apps -


Our children are made aware of the potential risks and are taught important rules and boundaries that will help to keep themselves safe online. They should never give out their personal information such as their full name and address, to people they don’t know (in person and online!) If they see something that worries them or makes them have an ‘uh oh’ feeling, they should tell an adult immediately!


For more information about E-Safety, visit the links below. If you require any more support, please ask a member of staff at school who may be able to direct you.