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LEARNING ABOUT ONLINE SAFETY AT HOME
It is very important that our families understand how to stay safe online as schools across the country are now closed to most children.
These contain key online safety advice and links to excellent resources, as well as support services.
During social isolation, the video conferencing platform Zoom has become a very popular way for friends and families to keep in touch. The following helpsheet will enable parents to help their children to safely use zoom. Click here - Zoom
Support to help keep my child safe online
Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:
The online world develops very quickly and is constantly changing. We periodically update parents with advice on particular apps, social media, websites or games. Some of this information can be found at the links below.
If you have any questions or concerns about online safety, please speak to our online safety lead teacher Laura Mullen or contact the office.
NSPCC Net Aware
Net Aware was set up to help parents to know how to keep their children safe online, developing a guide, primarily aimed at parents of 8-12 year olds, about the social networks, apps or games with an interactive element that children use most frequently.
Working with their online safety partner, O2, the purpose of the Net Aware guide is to provide parents with the information they need to understand their child’s online world and help them keep their children safe online. The guide encourages parents to explore what other parents and children are saying about the sites, and form their own views about the appropriateness of popular sites.
Other useful links below: