Eccleston Primary School has been awarded an E-Safety Mark for keeping its children safe on the internet.

Headteacher Katie Wilkes explained: “The award recognises all the work we do at school to keep our children safe online in this ever changing world.

Eccleston Primary School pupils with their E-safety award and a school display on the topic
Eccleston Primary School pupils with their E-safety award and a school display on the topic
 

“We have had a whole week dedicated to e-safety in school, where the children designed posters and took part in role play and discussions around this area.

“Gerald Hughes, our safeguarding governor, hosted presentations for parents, sharing some really useful resources and raising awareness about the dangers of the digital world.

“At Eccleston, we take the safety of our children extremely seriously and we are delighted to have our work in this area acknowledged.”

Eccleston Primary School pupils Elsa Vickery on one of the school computers and Danyal Yilmaz with the award
Eccleston Primary School pupils Elsa Vickery on one of the school computers and Danyal Yilmaz with the award