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E-safety is a very important issue, with most of us having access to electronic devices and the internet. We must always make sure that we behave safely and knowledgeably when we access the internet from these devices.

We educate the children about e-safety in assemblies and lessons. Key messages about e-safety are regularly delivered when the children are accessing the ipads. We also have posters around school reminding us of how we can stay safe when using technologies both at school and in the home. Furthermore, we sing our whole school e-safety song to remember how to keep us safe online.

 

Parents as partners is an integral tool in delivering key messages to children about online safety. The links below offer fantastic advice and resources for parents to reinforce these messages at home too: 

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

 

www.childnet.com

 

www.webwise.ie

 

www.kidsmart.org.uk

 

www.getnetwise.org

 

If you would like any support or advice on setting up parental control on your devices, the NSPCC and o2 have teamed up to support parents with this. You can either pop into an o2 store (you do not need to be an o2 customer) or visit http://www.o2.co.uk/help/nspcc

E-SAFETY UPDATE JULY 2017

 

SNAPCHAT MAPS 

Please visit the below for further advice and guidance:

 

MUSICAL.LY

Channel 4 News reported on children as young as nine being groomed and bombarded with sexually explicated messages on the popular social media app Musical.ly.
But what exactly is the app and what risks does it pose to young people who use it? In this Video Guide to Musical.ly you will learn about what the app does, how it leaves young people vulnerable to being groomed and how you can better protect children who use this app. Watch now at: 

https://ineqe.com/professionals-service/#recent

 

ROBLOX

The following website offers advice to parents on how help young people stay safe whilst gaming on Roblox:

http://www.childnet.com/blog/roblox-a-guide-for-parents


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