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Online Safety
The internet has become increasingly accessible for children and young people in places like schools, libraries and their own homes. In this section you can find lots of information on how to keep children safe when using information technology.  

 

Our E-Safety Policy sets out the roles, responsibilities and procedures for the acceptable, safe and  responsible use of all on-line technologies (including the Internet, e-mail, web cams etc) to  safeguard adults and children within and beyond the school setting. 

Click below to view our Online Safety Policy

Below are some videos taken from the CEOP site to help when talking to children about staying safe online.

On the CEOP site you will find a wealth of advice and guidance concerning online safety and how to report concerns.

Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds

Clare thought she knew - CEOP Centre film

An education initiative from the UK's Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

5 Easy Screen Time Tips for Young Kids

Looking for ways to manage your kid's device use? Discover five easy screen time tips.

Cyberbullying advice: A mum shares her experience | Internet Matters

Natalie shares the moments when she found out that her child was a cyberbully and how she help to support her daughter through the experience. To find out more about cyberbullying visit: https//www.interntematters.org/issues/cyberbullying. 🔗 Links: Visit https://www.internetmatters.org/issues/ for more advice about online issues.

Oversharing: Think Before You Post

Made in collaboration with our partner Flocabulary, the experts in educational hip-hop, this animated music video raps about the hazards of oversharing online and emphasizes a thoughtful approach to digital footprints. Tweens, teens, and adults can laugh and learn about the ups and downs of communicating and connecting in the digital world.

Supporting primary school children online | a parent's experience

Adele Jennings of Ourfamilylife.co.uk shares her experience of helping her 7-year-old son make the most of the internet while protecting him from the risks.

Parents' guide to setting controls on shared devices | Internet Matters

Watch the video to see how you can learn how to set safety features on devices you may share with your child to make sure they have a safe online experience and don't stumble on things they should see. For step by step guide to set parental controls visit https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/

Please find below links to Online Safety Advice Websites

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