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CFGS Parent/Carer E-Safety Survey 2019

Ofsted found safeguarding at CFGS to be Outstanding and we would very much like to keep it this way. We want our students to use the internet intelligently, creatively, wisely and productively but, above all, safely. To do this we need your views.

Please click on the link below and complete this survey for us. It is anonymous. There are 21 questions that should take you no longer than 10 minutes to complete.  The results of this survey will give us a better understanding of any risks or knowledge gaps so that we need to address to keep your daughter safe on-line.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.


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Student E-Safety Guidelines
E-safety whole school tutorial programme
Student ICT Acceptable Use Agreement


At CFGS School we believe that we all have a role to play in ensuring that children are kept safe whilst using technology. Online safety covers not only the internet but also the use of computers, tablets, games consoles, as well as mobile phones and apps.

There are several elements to e-Safety/online safety that we cover through the curriculum and tutorial/PSHEE programme at CFGS across all year groups including assemblies and workshops run by the MET police.  We outline our rules for safe use of technology for pupils and staff through our E safety policy, which is given to all families and staff and our ICT acceptable use agreements signed by staff and pupils.

Below you will find a range of useful links with age limits and privacy settings guidance help you keep your child safe online.  Just click on the icon to find out more...

Facebook Instagram Meow Chat Kik
Snapchat Twitter WhatsApp Google + Gaming Devices

The apps above are all for individuals aged 13+, Whatsapp  is 16+.

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