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Hayes E-Safety


At Bromley Trust Academy we understand the responsibility to educate students on E-Safety issues, teaching them the appropriate behaviours and thinking skills to enable them to remain both safe and legal when using the internet and related technologies, in and beyond the classroom.
Our school Internet server monitors and filters content of web pages and all use of the Internet is logged. All students sign the 'Acceptable Technologies Use Agreement' and a log is kept of any e-safety incidents which are reported to us.
To report abuse to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) please click on link below.


Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)



E-safety News & Information
Grays man pretended to be members of One Direction to get children to send...
The 43-year-old used Skype to contact strangers online using his fake profiles, persuading them to send him...
Story from: Essex Live 23 Mar 2018
The explosion of online hate speech represents a very real challenge for...
Students must learn the power of language – both for good and for evil, writes one celebrated educationist.
Story from: TES 22 Mar 2018
Kids struggle to hold pencils due to too much tech
Healthcare professionals have recently raised concerns that this overuse of touchscreens and tablets is preventing...
Story from: CLNews 21 Mar 2018
How do we get parents involved in Internet safety?
Ideas and suggestions to help improve parental engagement in e-safety issues
Story from E-safety Support - 22 Mar 2018
National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Raising Day - 18th March 2018
Join the Fight Against Child Sexual Exploitation
Story from E-safety Support - 08 Mar 2018
Childnet 2018 Film Competition Launches
Online safety charity Childnet call on young people to ‘Connect with respect’ and enter their Film Competition
Story from E-safety Support - 08 Mar 2018