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Online Safety

Teaching children to keep themselves safe online is an important part of our job as a school. However it is just as important that parents are aware of the dangers and ensure their children are safe at home.

 

There are a huge range of devices in the home which connect to the internet, from smart phones and computers to televisions and games consoles.

Advice is always available from school and the latest Parent Newsletter from Esafety Adviser and other free resources are available.

 

Setting up parental controls on devices is one way of helping to keep children safe online. Internetmatters.org has some great guides and advice for parents.

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Vodafone have produced some excellent resources and magazines to support online safety.

 

Online Training: If you would like to develop your understanding of online safety Parent Zone have free online training on their website

 

Safer Internet Day : We are taking part in Safer Internet Day again this year on 7th February 2017. The children will be fully engaged learning about online safety culminating in a school worship at the end of the day.

Find out more: Safer Internet Day 2017