Cyber Bullying - A quick guide to Cyber Bullying, what to look for.
Pegi Good Gaming guide - Information about making sure gaming is safe for children.
Child Net Internet Safety - A quick guide produced by ChildNet with 8 frequently asked questions which provide useful information and tips to keep children safe on the internet.
Internet Safety Checklist - Advice on parental controls, social networking, viruses and apps.
You can report serious online abuse by clicking on the button above.
Parents and carers
The Internet offers many positive educational and social benefits to young people, but unfortunately there are risks, too. As in any other area of life, children and young people are vulnerable and may expose themselves to danger, knowingly or unknowingly, when using the internet and other digital technologies. Indeed, some young people may find themselves involved in activities which are inappropriate or possibly illegal.
Use the links below to find out how to keep your children safe on the internet.
- Visit https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers/parental-controls-offered-your-home-internet-provider for help to set up filtering on your home internet.
- Visit https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/ to report incidents of concerns to the National Crime Agency
Across all year groups we teach the SMART rules
SMART stands for: Safe Meeting Acceptable Reliable Tell
Make sure you look at the new display next time you’re in the Computer Suite.
It has lots of information to help keep you safe on the internet.
Use the links below to find out how to keep yourself safe on the internet.
- https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/ https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/ f
- Videos aimed at Key Stage 2 children
- Video aimed at Key Stage 1 children
- Videos aimed at children 9-11
Below are some amazing posters that our Year 5 children made to help each other stay safe online.