E-Safety

  E-safety alertChildren Computing and E-Safety

The opportunities that computing gives our young people as they grow are both wide and fantastic. Even as little as ten or fifteen years ago the technology being used today would seem amazing. With this ever changing world comes ever changing challenges. It is important that all children are kept safe from things which could make them upset or put them at risk. At school we help the children to think about their use and behaviour of computers. In discussions with them and using government advice we can minimise the risks.

To ensure that all pupils are aware of the importance of being Cyber Smart and to know how to look at positive behaviour, not problems with regard to Anti-bullying whilst online, helps them to celebrate the great things young people are already doing to stop bullying.  The pupils look at various resources, have discussions and create their own anti-bullying messages.  With regard to being 'SMART' about cyber bulling and internet safety they will watch a series of videos.  Click here to watch SMART videos.

Childnet has a wealth of resourses to help you and your family find out more about a safer internet which includes Parental Controls & Filtering.

Eyepat is a parent e-safety training website which give parents a wealth of information.

Vodaphone have an excellent interactive Digital Parent Guide which is full of useful guidance and advice for the latest technology. For example; Real Life vs Digital Life and how to balance it for your children and how to safeguard their use.

Below you will find links to various guides which will help you to be aware of e-safety issues and how you can help your child be Cyber Smart.

  1. Keeping Young Children Safe Online
  2. E-Safety Social Networking
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