E-Safety (Online Safety)
E-Safety is an integral part of our Computing Curriculum and is taught throughout the year in every year group. Children as young as Year 1 are taught how to send emails, thinking about what information is appropriate to send and how to report an unkind message to an adult. Older children learn about what information is safe to share online, including online blogs, learning about copyright and how to avoid and deal with unwelcome content online.
E-Safety Information for Parents
Below are some of the websites and resources that were recommended at the recent E-Safety Information Evening. Please feel free to use any of these resources to have an open dialogue with your children about online safety, internet rules and how they should deal with inappropriate online content or messages.
Parent E-Safety Leaflets
Advice for Parents and Carers.
Online content, advice and support from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection team (CEOP).
Advice for parents on how to help keep their children safe online.
InternetMatters - Set up Guide
Set up your child's tech devices safely.
OurPact is a parental control app for Apple devices that enables parental involvement in children's device habits through Internet and application blocking. The parental control solution allows parents to manage their child’s screen time at any time, and from anywhere. Download from the App store.
Vodaphone Digital Parenting Magazine
Looking for a way to start that all-important conversation about social media, gaming and other online activities with your son or daughter? Check out the latest issue of Digital Parenting magazine now.
Advice on keeping children safe online.
National Online Safety
Parents against Child Exploitation (PACE)
Pace works alongside parents and carers of children who are – or are at risk of being – exploited by perpetrators external to the family. We offer guidance and training to professionals on how child exploitation affects the whole family.
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