Category Archives: E-Safety

Online Safety Update – March 2017

Childnet has a lot of free advice for parents and carers regarding online safety. The downloadable leaflet below give parents and carers advice about how to talk about the important issues such as:

CONDUCT – Helping children understand the impact that their online activity has on themselves and others.

CONTENT – As parents, carers and teachers, it is our responsibility to ensure that children are accessing appropriate things online. As we know, many websites, games, YouTube videos etc may not be entirely appropriate for children to it really pays to be aware.

CONTACT – Who are your children contacting online? Are they friends or complete strangers?

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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO SET UP PARENTAL CONTROLS ON YOUR DEVICES? This is an essential way of ensuring that your children are using websites that are age appropriate.

www.saferinternet.org.uk has some handy tips on how you can do this. Just click on the link below:

PARENTAL CONTROLS

Online Safety update

At the start of the academic year we spend some time recapping on the essential dos and don’ts of online safety with all children at school. Keeping children safe online is embedded into our PSHCE and computing curriculums and is frequently revisited throughout the year. Online safety is EVERYONE’S responsibility and we must all work… Continue Reading

E-Safety – Did you know?

Do you ever worry that your child is becoming more computer savvy than you? If so, you are not alone. A report published a few years ago stated that the average 6 year-old child knows more about digital technology than a 45 year-old adult! This is quite a scary thought and one that we must… Continue Reading

E-Safety News

E-Safety is an issue that everyone needs to be aware of. Technology is advancing really quickly and so it is more than ever to be aware of potential risks when your child is online. With new apps and games being produced, the popularity of social media and the changes in the way we all use computing,… Continue Reading