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News and Events

We pride ourselves on the varied activities and events that take place in School every day. We produce a weekly newsletter “Belvedere Update” and a termly magazine “Belvedere Link”.


E-safety at school

Everyone at The Belvedere Preparatory School takes the issue of ‘E-safety’ very seriously indeed.  We want our children to enjoy using ICT but, at the same time, we believe they must be made aware of the potential dangers involved and understand how to use the internet safely.  We have a range of policies and systems in place through which we strive to ensure that children use computers and the internet within a safe environment.  Our E-safety Policy is updated on a regular basis in order to meet the ever-changing demands of the technological world.

E-safety at home

We hope the following list of ‘House Rules’ will assist parents to effectively oversee their children’s safe use of the Internet at home.

  1. Using internet filtering software, walled gardens and child-friendly search engines. Use your browser’s controls, as some offer differing degrees of security for each family member.
  2. Check out what child protection services your Internet Service Provider (ISP) offers – do they filter for spam, for instance? If not, ask them why.
  3. Keep the computer in a communal area of the house, where it’s easier to monitor what your child is viewing.
  4. Tell your child not to give out their personal details. If they want to subscribe to any services online, create a family email address to receive the mail.
  5. Encourage your child to tell you if they feel uncomfortable, upset or threatened by anything they see online.
  6. Involve your children in writing your own family code of Acceptable Internet Use. Remember that what’s acceptable for a teenager is not necessarily OK for a primary school-aged child.
  7. The web is a great resource for homework, but remember to use more than one site in research to get broad, balanced information and always reference your research sources.
  8. Surf together. Go online with your children and become part of their online life. The key to safe surfing is communication.

BBC E-Safety

The BBC have produced a very good website which covers many aspects of E-safety within the home environment and in the outside world (e.g. Cyber-bullying).  Click here to visit the site.

Useful Documents

 A Parents’ Guide to Snapchat

A Parents’ Guide to Instagram

A Parents’ Guide to Cyberbullying

A Parents’ Guide to Google+

A Parents’ Guide to Facebook