Here at Coppice School we understand ever changing digital world and recognise the importance of our pupils becoming computer literate. The computing curriculum at Coppice has this at its heart and allows our pupils to be e-safe.

We have 3 members in our E-Safety team, should you wish to speak with us we would be happy to help.

Tracey Conlon - Deputy Head and Designated Safeguarding Lead

Tracey Senior - Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Natalie Swearman - Head Teacher & Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Please use our contact page or phone directly on 01302 833884

** For issues out of school hours or in holiday periods please use the contact page to get in touch for advice, or for urgent matters please contact the police or CEOPS directly.

We are inundated with a range of technological devices and understand how these can connect to a world of huge possibilities. However, we also acknowledge that children, through their innocence, may encounter and become involved in dangers whilst online. Below are a range of guidelines, resources and advice about how to keep your child safe. 

If you have any e-safety concerns, please contact the school.


Latest E-Safety Information 

*FaceCast App*

A new app has recently launched that has led to many child protection services working together to safeguard children who are using it, due to the concern that the app is being used as a platform for child sexual exploitation. The ‘Face Cast’ app- although designed for those over 18- allows children who state they are 13+ to access it and use live video mode, chat to strangers and earn in app coins. The reviews for this app are damning and it is clear that the app is being used to exploit children. Please can you ensure that your child’s phone is regularly checked and, if this app is found, please remove it.