Kewaigue School

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ICT Acceptable Use Policy

The purpose of our ICT Acceptable Use Policy is to provide a high level of e-safety for children, young people and staff using ICT whilst also facilitating a rich learning environment: it details the actions and behaviours that are required in order to help them be safe on the Internet and be responsible users.

It is vital that everyone understands the importance of being safe when online, which should always be the over-riding consideration when decisions are taken relating to any aspect of ICT, portable electronic devices or the Internet. Regulation alone will not achieve an e-safe environment or make us responsible users, but technical restrictions and tools provide an important means by which e-safety can be encouraged and monitored within schools. Under-pinning the policy is the belief that users are most likely to conduct themselves appropriately and be e-safe when they are appropriately educated about the threats that ICT and the Internet can pose.

Acceptable Use Policy

Safer Schools App

As part of our commitment to keeping children safe, we are delighted to be able to invite you to download the ‘Safer Schools’ App’. This is a free resource designed to support and protect children by educating and empowering them both at school and at home. Through the app, your children get access to information that is relevant to them and you will receive tips and advice on how to keep them safer online.

The App is available on both Apple and Google Play stores. Once downloaded enter the school name: Kewaigue Primary School

The entry code for parents is 7440

The entry code for pupils is 9342


Useful Documents:

The Good Gaming Guide

CEOP Good Gaming


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General Information

Please click the links on the left hand side for further information about our school. THE SCHOOL AND IT'S CATCHMENT AREA Kewaigue School was opened on 10th October 1892 after permission was granted to draw water from the well across the lane at the back…

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