Computing / E-Safety Introduction
Wood End Park Academy, we take great pride in ensuring that we are all
E-Safe when using the internet. We aim to keep our pupils safe online
and also when using different technology such as games consoles,
tablets and mobile phones.
Pupils at Wood End Park Academy
have done an excellent job so far, making sure they are always
following E-Safety rules, knowing how to behave when using the internet
and asking for advice whenever they are uncertain of anything. We look
to continue this and help educate others of the benefits,
responsibilities and risk of using information technology.
The photos of our E-Safety charters, displayed in each class, show how
important we feel it is to remember the rules.
concerns parents may have on how their child or other pupils are using
the internet at home, please do let the Academy know.
Safe-guarding information regarding our internet and network services:
service VPN broadband network is hosted through TrustNet and internet
filtering is provided through TrustNet (LGFLv2) and Atomwide.
servers and PCs on our network are protected using Sophos anti-virus,
all access to the internet is filtered using multiple streams including
multiple internet site blocking
- Any network devices that
accesses services or internet using hardwired or wireless services
within our academies are subjected the same filtering policy as any
other devices on our network this covers BYOD (Bring Your Own Device),
e.g. laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
- Many internet sites are explicitly filtered and therefore automatically block and cannot be unblock.
and schools work at "Secure and Detection level 3". This means
that every effort is made to secure our systems internally and the same
effort is given to detection of intrusion of our systems externally.
also adhere to the Category Definitions from the London Grid for
Learning, and thus we are in compliance with the "UK Safer Internet
Centre" when students and staff are using our internet and network.