ONLINE SAFETY AT HOME - guidance and suggested activities to keep your child safe when online during home learning.
Please click the appropriate age below for links to activities:
PLATFORM GUIDES FOR PARENTS
Designated Safeguarding Leads - Jo Devine & Lisa Bonfield
Cameras, Video and Social Media Use by Parents
Generally photographs and videos for school and family use are a source of innocent pleasure and pride, which can make children, young people and their families feel good about themselves.
We request that parents and carers do not film or photograph our pupils during a performance or an assembly as we require the consent of all the other parents whose children may be included in the images.
We ask that you respect this for the safety of all our pupils.
Slides from our Online Safety Talk to Parents
Keeping our children safe online is of the greatest importance. The following sites provide useful information for parents:
Netaware is a parents' guide to the social networks children and young people use. Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world http://www.net-aware.org.uk
Staying safe on Minecraft http://parentinfo.org/article/staying-safe-on-minecraft
Parenting in the digital age http://www.pitda.co.uk
Think U Know https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk
Child Exploitation and Online Protection https://www.ceop.police.uk
Safer Internet Day 2016 information https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2016
Whatsapp - a guide for parents and carers http://parentinfo.org/article/whatsapp-a-guide-for-parents-and-carers
Online risks - myths and facts http://parentinfo.org/article/online-risk-myths-and-facts
Where to go for help if your child is having problems online http://parentinfo.org/article/where-to-go-for-help-with-problems-your-child-is-having-online
Parental controls in keeping children safe online http://parentinfo.org/article/what-are-parental-controls-and-how-can-they-help-children-stay-safe-online
Tips for building your child's online resilience http://parentinfo.org/article/three-top-tips-for-building-your-child-s-online-resilience