Letter to parents and carers for safe internet day (CEO Safe and Sound)
Computing skills content and online safety links
Child Friendly Online Safety Policy
Click here for our Online Safety Skills Progression
Parent and Pupil Acceptable Use
Report online abuse here (iwf)
Report any type of harmful, inappropriate content here(reportharmfulcontent.com)
The internet is amazing. Children can play, learn, create and connect. But with the digital world changing all the time, how can you make sure that your child is staying safe?
What are the risks?
Content: What are your children browsing? Can they see abusive comments; upsetting stories in the media: shock videos?
Contact: Who are your children talking to? Can chats be turned off or made private?
Conduct: How are your children behaving online? What does their 'bio' say about them? Are they online bullying or being bullied? Are they taking part in inappropriate challenges?
Well-being: How much time do they spend online?
Online safety is a carefully-embedded part of our curriculum which is constantly reinforced in school and further promoted through themed events, parent assemblies and workshops. We work closely with parents in the drive to keep children safe online; this page aims to provide further sources of information and support.
It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. From setting up parental controls to advice on sexting, online games and video apps, nspcc can help you to understand the risks and keep your child safe. Visit:
View the latest guidance and information about keeping your child safe online:
Read the latest Digital Parenting magazine below:
Click on the link below to access digital parenting magazines:
Access the Parent Zone webinars here:
Online Safety Advice Links:
MUSICAL.LY GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS
PARENTAL CONTROL GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS
WHATSAPP GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS
Follow this link for the latest parent guides:
Visit the link below to support your child with online safety during home learning:
Tuesday Tips is a new series of two-minute explainer videos from Parent Zone, the experts in digital family life. The videos will cover all aspects of internet safety and digital life and are designed to help parents ensure their children have positive experiences online.
Follow the link in the document below to see the latest 'Tuesday Tips'. Make sure you check back every Tuesday for the next video.
Want more fun and educational activities for your child?
Here is a useful activity pack for them to do.
Share the Story of Digiduck with your Child:
Help arrives just in time for Digiduck® when faced with a difficult decision! Follow Digiduck® and his pals in this story of friendship and responsibility online. A brilliant resource to help provoke discussions about online safety and being a good friend online.
Share the Story of #Goldilocks with your Child:
#Goldilocks is a modern twist on the classic fairy tale that offers a fun and accessible way for you to discuss all things social media related with your younger children. Co-branded by Vodafone UK and Andersen Press, award-winning author Jeanne Willis created the light-hearted story alongside illustrator Tony Ross. The book is designed to help educate children about the potential consequences of being unkind, getting carried away with selfies, or oversharing images, as we see Goldilocks getting into trouble with the three bears over her pursuit of likes on social media….
Once you have finished, why not try the fun related activities.
Read the story of Oscars adventures in the online world below:
Take the online safety quiz or visit the Thinkuknow website to learn more, test your knowledge and play games linked to online safety.