'Work in current pupils’ books and folders and school information from the regular assessment of pupils’ achievement show that, from their starting points, pupils are making good progress in a wide range of subjects.'Ofsted 2018

New technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people in today’s society, both within school and in their lives outside school.

In alignment with our overall St Aidan’s Catholic Academy mission and as facilitators of learning, we believe that technology is a powerful tool that creates unique and relevant instructional experiences providing enriching, engaging, and varied sensory engagements that ultimately enhance the learning process. Technology is developing at an increasingly rapid rate and at St Aidan’s Catholic Academy we are committed to nurturing active, lifelong learners preparing them to be responsible, contributing members of society and global citizens who can use technology as a tool to help shape their lives and their community.

E-Safety Policy 2017-18


Reporting an incident as a member of staff or student.

e-safety incident flowchart

Esafety Factsheet for Parents

Esafety Essential Information for Parents

Talking to Children about what they share online

Staying Safe Online

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ThinkUKnow – CEOP


ThinkUKNow – Exposed


ThinkUKnow – Beat Bullying

Anti Bulling


Stop Cyber Bullying


 Citizenship in the Digital Age

E-safety support: What every teacher needs to know:

What every teacher needs to know about Digital Literacy

What every teacher needs to know about Esafety

What every teacher needs to know about social media