At Queensway Infant Academy and Nursery, we take e-safety issues very seriously. We ensure that all pupils in school receive regular e-safety lessons every half term and have whole school assemblies on e-safety.

All teaching staff also receive regular e-safeguarding training. We complete e-safety questionnaires with pupils to understand the e-safeguarding needs of the children attending our school.

We recommend:

  • Children should be supervised when using online electronic devices. This does not mean you need to look over their shoulder at everything they do. They should be somewhere where they can be easily seen and checked up on to make sure they are staying safe and can ask any questions if they get stuck or worried.
  • Parents and carers should talk to their children about staying safe online and encourage children to tell or show a grown up if they see anything that makes them uncomfortable.
  • To ensure your children’s online experience is safe and fun, we suggest setting up parental controls. Follow the link below to find out how to do this or contact our Online Safety and Computer Lead, Mr Slaney for assistance.

Setting up parental controls

The Safer Internet Centre - tips and helpful information on online safety

Parent Support 

At Queensway Infant Academy, our children are taught how to keep safe online and how to deal with unwanted messages and images. This can continue at home with the help of the following websites which offer advice and guidelines for parents.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a member of staff below:

Mrs Heather Denny, Principal - 01842 753163

Mr Tom Slaney, Online Safety and Computing Lead - 01842 753163

Below are some helpful resources for being safe online. 

E-Safety Letter

Online Safety Top Tips







Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating online?

CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency. The National Crime Agency is committed to protecting the public from serious and organised crime, and CEOP's role is to tackle the sexual  abuse and exploitation of children (CSAE), both online and offline.

CEOP pursue those who sexually exploit and abuse children, prevent people becoming involved in child sexual exploitation, protect children from becoming victims of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse, and prepare interventions to reduce the impact of child sexual exploitation and abuse through safeguarding and child protection work. 

Think U Know

CEOP Police Safety Centre