We have been reminding ourselves about how to stay safe online. In our assemblies we have been thinking about the importance of using the Internet the internet safely. We also take part in Safer Internet Day each year - https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2017. The children have also played a part in creating our E-Safety charter outlined below. This is displayed around school, and children agree to follow this charter when using ICT and the internet around school.
There are some further links below to help you to keep your children safe when they are online.
This website - www.internetmatters.org - is particularly informative.
If something has happened to your child which has made them feel worried/unsafe, or have been a victim or witnessed online abuse and is concerned, we advise parents to call 101 (Police Non-emergency number) or report it on the CEOP website - https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Every blue link below is a free resource to help everyone stay safe online. Please click and browse through the information they give.
|Digital Parenting Guide||
This Vodafone digital parenting guide provides fantastic advice for helping you teach your children how to protect themselves online.
Hector is a dolphin who floats onscreen. Pupils can click on him to cover the screen if they see something they think is unsuitable. You can download it for your home computer on this link.
|Think You Know||
'Think you know' is a website created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre which has a range of games, videos and resources that teach children how to be safe online.
Transl8it! is a website that lets you translate text speak into plain English and vice versa.
K9 provide free web protection.