Staying Safe Online (eSafety)

Useful Links

We believe that the use of ICT is an essential part of education in the 21st century. The Internet and other digital information technologies are powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone.

What do we Provide for our Students?

On arrival at our school, your daughter will receive a login to our system. This includes:

  • Space to save documents and files
  • An e-mail account
  • Filtered access to the Internet
  • A login to our Virtual Learning Environment (Frog)

The school Internet connection and student e-mail services are provided through the Capita Managed Service. There are central filtering systems which block sites with inappropriate content. E-mail accounts are accessible to senior staff and may be monitored.

However, there are risks in using any technology and unfortunately some young people may expose themselves to danger either knowingly or unknowingly. We can and do take great care to restrict access to inappropriate materials, but some students bring portable devices, such as mobile phones, into school each day and may use them to access information away from the protective environment of the school network. We teach our students about responsible and appropriate behaviours as well as critical thinking skills to enable them to remain safe and legal when using the Internet and related technology wherever and whenever that may be.


eSafety Guides for Parents

More guides can be found on the National Online Safety’s Platform Guides Portal.


Unacceptable Use

It would be impossible to document every potential use of ICT equipment in lessons and a list of ‘Acceptable Uses’ would very quickly be out of date. Instead, we teach our students about ‘Unacceptable Use’.

Unacceptable Use is described as any activity which is; outside the specific learning aim for that lesson or activity, illegal, dangerous, or where the equipment is used to make any other student, member of staff or member of the public feel uncomfortable or vulnerable.

Quality Marks, Awards & Affiliations

We strive for excellence and are very proud of our achievements and affiliations.

If you believe something is missing or should be removed from the list below, please let us know.

SSAT Effective Learning Behaviour logo SSAT Climate for Learning logo Cyber Essentials Certificate logo Manchester United Foundation logo The Duke of Edinburgh logo The Cultural Diversity Standards logo The Schools Co-operative Society logo School Achievement Award logo Sport England logo Leading Edge Partnership Programme logo The Quality in Careers Standard logo Healthy Schools Manchester logo Whalley Range Sixth Form logo Education and Leadership Trust logo