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Whitehouse Primary School, 2 Doagh Rd, Newtownabbey
Rights of the Child: Article 3 - 'The best interests of the child must be a top priority in all decisions and actions that affect children'.
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E-Safety Team

 

E-Safety Team

The e-safety team provides a consultative group that has wide representation from the school community with responsibilities for issues regarding e-safety and the monitoring of the e-safety policy including the impact of initiatives.  The group will also be responsible for reporting to the Board of Governors.

E-Safety Officer

Mrs R Watson

E-Safety Team

Mr F Bailie (principal)

Mrs S Richmond (teacher representative)

Mrs J McNevison (teacher representative)

Miss D Blain (teacher representative)

Linda Douglas (Board of Governors representative)

Also on the e-safety team are the KS2 ICT Mentors.

 

Our E-Safety Tips from Y7 ICT Mentors

"Always keep your personal information safe because people are not always who they say they are."

 

"Make sure you keep all your online accounts private."

 

"Don't meet up with someone you have met online no matter how much you think you know them as they could be anyone"

 

"Never accept files that you do not know because they could be a virus on your computer"

 

" Try and make sure you check more than three websites for reliable information "

 

" if you see something online which upsets you. turn your monitor off and tell an adult"