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Online Safety

 

For Parents - Social Media Concerns

Given the many concerns that parents have in relation to their child's use of social media, Internet Matters have put together a very useful resource page on their site with lots of advice and tips. To go to the site, click here

Tips for parents - IN-GAME CHATS... watch this quick 38 second YouTube video from CEOP CLICK HERE

This series of three animations aims to give 4-7 year olds knowledge, skills and confidence to help them respond safely to risks they may encounter online. Click here to read more

BBC launches 'digital wellbeing' Own It app for childrenClick here to read more

 

Gaming: What parents need to know. Click here to read more

DITTO – The Free Online Safety Magazine
Written specifically for schools and parents, a new edition is shared to keep staff and parents up to date with the latest issues, risks, advice, guidance and opinion with a view to enjoying the wonders of technology – safely! Click here for the most recent DITTO magazine

Family Link - Google's Parental Control Software is given updates. To read more... click here to read more

What is ‘gaming addiction’ and how can you prevent children from developing it? Click here to read more

e-safety adviser: e-safety and online safety training, support and advice. A website that includes the free online safety magazine DITTO and much more. Click here to go directly to the site.

Loot Boxes - What are they? Did you know it uses real money? Click here to read more

The National Crime Agency CEOP Command ThinkuKnow education programme has published guidance about the risks for children and young people associated with items that connected to the internet, for example toys, smart speakers, and wearables such as fitness trackers. The guidance includes information and ideas for parents and carers to help make ‘connected homes’ more secure. Click here to go to the guidance.