Here at Camborne Science & International Academy we take the safeguarding and wellbeing of our students very seriously. As E-Safety Co-ordinator, my role is to provide guidance to students on how to use technology responsibly. Our E-Safety and Student AUP policies are continually revised to include up-to-date advice. You can view these on our policies page.
We recognise that there is a constant need to update our own expertise and guidance on e-safety risks. With this in mind, we feel a responsibility to support our wider community.
This page will provide links to the leading E-Safety organisations. These websites offer guidance and provide resources to help you understand and support the issues that face young people.
If you need further information or have concerns for a student's wellbeing, please feel free to browse the following pages or contact:
Thomas Smith (E-Safety Co-ordinator)
Tel: 01209 720239
http://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/sexting - Sexting advice for parents. How to talk to your child about the risks of sexting – and what you can do to protect them.
Through this survey we are looking to identify aspects of e-safety that parents and carers wish to know more about. We can then offer appropriate advice and guidance opportunities. I value the opportunity for us to work together.
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