Safer Internet Day 2018
Following work done in February for Safer Internet Day, we have created an advice sheet for parents.
Where can we look for help?
Parents can contact the free NSPCC Online Safety Helpline with questions about parental controls or concerns about a social network their children are using on 0808 8005002.
In 2017, to support our work on e-Safety, two of the children in Y5 and two from Y6 made this e-Safety video to highlight what to do if you are being bullied online.
This short video was made by one of our staff to help support the message about thinking before posting photos online.
At intervals throughout the year, we receive e-Safety updates. The latest of which can be found below:
In 2016, to support our work on e-Safety, three of the children in Y5 made this e-Safety video to highlight the importance of protecting your user ID in an effort to keep your work secure and to prevent others assuming your online identity.

2016's SID Radio Live Show came from Chichester High School at 2.30pm on Tuesday 9th February.  

Listeners were able to text, tweet and email the studio to get a mention on the show.  

The 24hr Internet Radio station has an interesting mix of education programmes, student bands and interviews with movers and shakers in their education space.  You can download a free APP for your phone or mobile device from all the stores, Google and Apple and Amazon.  Links can be found at the bottom of the  website www.AndertonTiger.com 

Alternative players are available at www.AndertonTiger.com/Listen


With children becoming increasingly I.T. literate, steps should be taken to help keep them safe on line. Although we cover this in every year group, it is important to teach your child some simple rules: 
  • make sure your child knows not to share personal information like their phone number or email address online;
  • only talk to real life friends or family if they are on sites with a social media element like Moshi Monsters or Club Penguin;
  • use privacy settings wherever they exist to keep their information private;
  • be a good online friend and don’t say nasty things, even if it’s just a joke;
  • use secure and legal sites to download music and games;
  • check attachments and pop ups for viruses before they click or download anything;
  • use Public Friendly WiFi when they’re out and about to filter inappropriate content.
Following some work we did run by Chichester High School, they have released this video too: