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Internet Safety week

Parent workshop

On Tuesday 7th February was Internet Safety Week. We had a great turn out of parents to our workshop. We talked about the main issues that may arise from our children using the internet and how we can protect them. Please find attached the main points from the workshop

We believe in the educational benefits of Digital Technology for effective teaching and learning.  



Are you unsure if an app, game or film is suitable for your  child? Common Sense Media is a fantastic site where you  can find reviews of all apps, games and films. The site also has lots of useful advice about setting boundaries for the use of electronic devices.


A copy of the SMART e-safety rules


Watch a series of cartoons illustrating the 5 e-safety SMART rules. Follow the SMART Crew of young people who guide the cartoon characters in their quest, and help them make safe online decisions. 



Download the Hector’s world Safety button by clicking on the link. Your child will be able to tell you what it’s for.




Parental guides to: Cybersecurity, Cyberbullying, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook.


A direct link to the CEOP’s (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)Thinkuknow website.



For up to date information about parental controls, staying safe while gaming and for links to other current e-safety topics.  This site also links to Digiducks BIG Decision ebook used in KS1 to deliver the e-safety message.



Links to activities and information for all ages. 


Explore the digital world with your child by clicking on the many links in this site.  Aimed more at Upper Key Stage 2 with lots of advice about chat rooms, mobile phones, downloading media etc. 



The UK Safer Internet Centre website provides e-safety advice for children and young people, parents and carers, teachers and professionals.



An online magazine with step by step e-safety guides to setting up security settings in Facebook, using Google Safe Search, parental controls in Microsoft Windows 7 and much more.  (*May take a short while to load)




Free internet filter and parental control software.



A NSPCC sponsored site providing guides to the social network and games sites children are using today. The site includes guides to privacy settings and reporting abuse on sites such as; Minecraft, Miniclip, Club Penguin, Instagram and WhatsApp.



Advise for parents about online bullying



If you are worried about online abuse or the way someone has been communicating online, let CEOP know.


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