Online Safety

In this ever-changing world of online apps and games, do you know what to look out for to keep your children safe online and when using mobile devices?

E-Safety or Online Safety is an important area of your child’s education in today’s digital world and is embedded in their learning experiences at school. We have security measures in place in school to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable materials. E-Safety is discussed regularly in Collective Worship, PSHE and Computing lessons. The school’s Online Safety Policy can be found under the Policies section of the website.

We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure a consistent message is delivered. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe when using devices and behave appropriately online.

The links below are for websites and factsheets that have lots of information about staying safe online and should help you in having these discussions with your child.

Image result for whatsapp WhatsApp – important information for parents
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Youtube – what parents need to know

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Screen Addiction – are your children spending too much time on their devices?
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9 Top Tips to get smart about children’s devices

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Snapchat – what parents need to know

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What children need to know about online bullying


Image result for tik tok Tik Tok – important information for parents
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What adults need to know about social media and mental health

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Instagram – what parents need to know
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Fortnite important information for parents

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Roblox – what parents need to know

   A website with advice for different age groups ton staying safe when using a phone, tablet or computer.
Child friendly advice from CBBC