Online security is paramount and we teach E-Safety in school half termly through computing sessions and circle times, which includes our very important online rules (you may want to adopt these at home);
- Make sure an adult can always see you when you are online.
- Only use sites/apps that the adult has given you.
- If you see something that worries you come straight to a grown up for help.
We also have the following guidelines / policies in place to support safe on line learning;
E-Safety Resources – the following are some useful places to look for support to guide you and your children to remain safe online.
|Clever Never Goes||
Clever Never Goes looks at both online and outside safety. Rather than fearing the worst in everyone they don’t know, Clever Never Goes helps children to recognise specific situations that are unsafe and gives them the tools to respond.
The internet is an important part of every child’s life and during the lockdowns last year we were all online more than ever. Our Childline website has support and advice about a whole range of topics to do with online and mobile safety. We all have a role to play – use our advice, tools and resources to help keep every child safe online.
Tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online. As a parent or carer you play a key role in helping your child to stay safe – but you don’t need to be an expert on the internet. Our advice and resources are here to support you as you support your child to use the internet safely, responsibility and positively.
Vodafone have put together several useful resources, including information about using the internet, giving your child their first mobile phone and acronyms/lingo your child might be using. There are also three FREE book downloads around internet safety. We use these in school and they are great resources. Don’t forget we are always here to help!