Online Safety

The Internet is a huge resource available to our children. It is a fascinating and effective tool for both teaching and learning, at home and within school. Therefore it is paramount that all users, from children to adults, are educated on how to use the Internet safely.

As a school, our aim is to support our families with internet safety. We have sourced a series of child-friendly information leaflets and guides which focusses on how your child can stay safe online and explains some of the more popular applications and online games. The information sheets will be updated regularly to cover a wide range of games and safety tips. Please follow the links below.

Starting A Conversation With Your Child About Online Safety

Top Tips On Using Devices At Home

Parenting gamers

Houseparty - how to keep your children safe

Snapchat

Screen Addiction

Minecraft

Facebook

Catfishing

Youtube Kids

Useful website links

* Internet Matters

* Online Safety Resources

* NetAware

* Thinkuknow

* UK Safer Internet Centre

The Parent Info website provides support and guidance to parents and schools from leading experts and organisations. 

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