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As part of our commitment to e-safety we have become a Digital Schools Member. More information to follow.

 

 

www.parentinfo.org is a brand new website produced by CEOP and the ParentZone.Take a look at this site for the very latest, relevant advice for keeping children safe online. Articles range from advice for keeping safe on Minecraft, to Instagram and Snapchat FAQ's. ParentInfo.org has been designed and set up to offer parents a wide range of information and guidance about their children's well being and resilience. A live feed to this site will appear on our website in the next few weeks.

Take a look at the latest issue of Digital Parenting. It contains lots of useful articles on keeping safe when using the internet.

Take a look at the latest issue of Digital Parenting. It contains lots of useful articles on keeping safe when using the internet. 1

Digitial Parenting magazine Issue 5

For additional safeguarding information please see our Safeguarding section on the Key Information page.

Thank you to all the parents that attending our E-Safety evenings.

I hope you found it insightful and useful. Below is a copy of the PowerPoint which was used for reference.

E-Safety Policy

E-Safety

There are lots of websites that provide information for parents on how to help children stay safe when using the internet, below are a selected few.

ThinkUKnow is a partner website of CEOP and is aimed at children of different ages: 5-7, 8-10, 11-16 and contains information on how to stay safe online.

 

 

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

 

UK Safer Internet Centre contains films, storybooks and other fun sites, containing plenty of information to help you enjoy your time online safely.

 

 

http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/young-people/3-11s

 

Kidsmart contains links to resources explaining how to stay safe online in different environments – mobiles, file sharing, social networking, chat, safe searching. It also has games, competitions and music. Kidsmart also has the SMART rules:

Safe- Meeting- Accepting- Reliable- Tell

 

 

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

 
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Kayleigh’s Love Story is as a warning to young people, both girls and boys, about the dangers of speaking to people they don’t know online. It is currently being shared with children of  secondary school age to raise awareness of the  dangers when using social media. Although aimed at older children it is a useful resource for parents.

https://leics.police.uk/categories/kayleighs-love-story-film

 

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