Online Safety

Online Safety Guidance

The internet is a great place for learning but it can pose dangers if precautions are not taken. In school, the children have explored ways to keep themselves safe when online and this guidance can be viewed below. 

 

 

NSPCC

Click here for the NSPCC website, which has information on:

  • How to talk to your child about online safety
  • Online games
  • Internet connected devices
  • Parental controls
  • Livestreaming and online video apps
  • Inapproiate or explicit content
  • Sexting and online porn 
  • Net awarenss (latest apps, networks and games)

 

Think U Know

The Thinkuknow website has produced some activity packs to help promote online safety at home. Download them using the links below:

Click here for ages 4-5. 

Click here for ages 5-7. 

Click here for ages 8-10.

Click here for ages 11-13. 

Click here for a Parents and Carers Helpsheet. 

 

 

Purple Mash offers activities to develop children's understanding of online safety. To find these activities and games log in and choose:

Home -> Computing -> Online Safety

 

Click here for the latest (14th April) guidance from the Department for Education.