Crossing the road safely. Making good decisions on the internet. Is one more important than the other?
The ever-changing ways that the internet can be used, particularly by children, make keeping up to date with e-Safety advice an essential part of education at home and school.
ACTION YOU CAN TAKE AT HOME
* Watch e-Safety videos with your child (child-friendly) here.
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* Play some e-Safety games here.
* Alan Mackenzie is an e-Safety consultant who writes regularly for schools and parents. Keep up to date with changes and advice with his newsletters (downloadable here.)
* Tips for parents from EE here.
* School's Online Safety policy - click here.
* Visit www.nspcc.org.uk/shareaware for useful information regarding helping your child stay safe when using social networks.
* Although our school does not endorse any particular safeguarding software, some parents highly recommend Net Nanny. (NN site here.)
* Leaflet for Parents: "What can parents/carers do to help children keep safe online?" here
* We have been informed about a website that parents may find helpful.The website is www.commonsensemedia.org. This website provides independent reviews, age ratings and other information about a range of apps, such as musical.ly, Instagram and Snapchat as well as a range of other types of media. We hope you find it useful.