Rushby Mead
Letchworth Garden City

01462 620555

Pixmore Junior School

Online Safety

The curriculum

Pixmore provides a comprehensive age appropriate curriculum for online safety which enables pupils to become informed, safe and responsible. Online safety is fully embedded within our whole curriculum with the Learning for Life and Computing curriculums playing a central role in supporting its delivery.

Our curriculum covers the following areas of online safety: 

  • Self image and identity
  • Online relationships
  • Online reputation
  • Online bullying
  • Managing online information
  • Health, wellbeing and lifestyle
  • Privacy and Security
  • Copyright and ownership

The order in which pupils cover the curriculum areas is flexible enabling us to respond to the needs of the current pupils at any given time.

In addition to the core curriculum, Pixmore pupils also participate in: 

Our digital leaders, along with our school online safety mascot, Cuddles, play an important role in promoting the importance of online safety.


At Pixmore, we expect parents/carers to take an active role in enhancing the online safety education we provide by also promoting esafe practises to help keep children safe. The following resources provide further information for parents/carers about online safety and how you can support your child.

School Policies

  • Online Safety Policy 
  • Technology and Social Media Home School Agreement

Online Safety Newsletters

Parent Workshops

The next parent workshop is scheduled for Autumn Term 2023. 

Please show your interest and preferences for topics covered here. 

Useful Websites

Reporting Concerns

Parental Control Apps

One of the most important safeguarding tips we teach pupils at Pixmore is to share their worries and concerns no matter how small. We would like to extend this sentiment to parents/carers too. If you have any concerns about online safety and your child’s wellbeing and security which you need further support with, please contact your child’s class teacher, key worker, or the computing safeguarding lead Charlotte Pocock.