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Twydall Primary School

Twydall Primary School

Care, Courtesy, Commitment and
Consideration in our Community


The Internet offers a means to share and communicate in a variety of different ways.

However, it is very important that we all keep ourselves safe when we are interacting with people online.

E-Safety is embedded in the school curriculum but children need to take equal care at home.

Below are the school's E-Safety rules as well as links to other useful E-safety material.

Keeping Myself E-Safe

  • I will always check with an adult before I use the internet or email.
  • If I see anything that worries or upsets me on the Internet or in an email, I will ask an adult for help straight away.
  • I will not talk to strangers or open messages from people I do not know. If someone says they know me, I will ask an adult to check they are who they say they are.
  • When I talk to people or write things on the Internet, I will never tell anyone how old I am, where I live, or arrange to meet them.
  • I will be polite when I talk to people on the Internet or by email and not say things to upset them. If someone says something upsetting about me or to me, I will tell an adult.
  • I will only use the Internet to look for things I know I am allowed to be looking at. If I am not sure, I will ask an adult for help.
  • My usernames and passwords belong to me. I will not tell other people what they are.

Click Here for the EIS Kent Guide to E-Safety.

Click Here for Government "Get Safe Online" advice.

Click Here for CEOP "Think You Know" guides.

Click Here to read a report by the BBC on the threat of live streaming.

Click Here for the Digital Parenting Magazine.

Click HERE for the National Online Safety Website.