E-Safety

Has someone done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe?  Click on the link to report to the police.

 

See below for links to some E-Safety websites with information and games for children, parents and teachers and our school computer and technology charter.

ThinkuKnow

Parent Info from CEOP and Parent Zone (Primary School Articles)

RM Education – Have you got it covered?

Kidsmart

UK Safer Internet Centre

Digital Parenting – How to Guides

Computer charter

Parents guide to WhatsApp

SSCT Parents Esafety Newsletter Summer 2016

How to protect your child from internet trolls

SSCT Parents Esafety Newsletter Summer 2016

SSCT parents Esafety newsletter autumn 2016

Pokemon Go – Parents Advice

Parents Online Safety Information

SSCT Parents online safety Newsletter Spring 2017

Thinkuknow Parent’s Guide to Snapchat

Thinkuknow Parent’s Guide to Yellow

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We are taking part in Safer Internet Day 2017

Social Media Checklist

Click on the links to open the checklists.

Checklists for Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram

The checklists cover everything you need to know in order to manage your information and stay safe online while using these services. The handy guides include advice on how to manage your privacy and control what and who you share information with, how to block and report, as well as how delete or deactivate an account.

Although most of these services are aimed at children who are older than primary age we understand that children do still have access to, and use these services.   These handy guides will help parents to gain an understanding of the sites that your child may be using.  These have been written and published by UK Safer Internet Centre  www.saferinternet.org.uk/