It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. From setting up parental controls to advice on sexting, online games and video apps, the NSPCC can help you to understand the risks and keep your child safe.
This page has some important information about keeping yourselves and your children safe. There are links to websites and organisations that you may find useful. There is also information about keeping children safe online. We use Hector's world at Think U Know to teach online safety at school. This is a great website with lots of helpful information for parents and children.
From January 2020 we will begin to use BE INTERNET LEGENDS from Google in KS2 this encourages children to:
- Think Before You Share (Be Internet Sharp)
- Check it’s For Real (Be Internet Alert)
- Protect Your Stuff (Be Internet Secure)
- Respect Each Other (Be Internet Kind)
If you would like help with understanding how to keep your children safe online and even help setting up security settings on your devices please ask the school office who will be able to arrange a meeting with staff who can support you with this.
Online and Internet safety is a high priority for all children.
Below are some support guides to help you enable filters to make online a safer place.
is popular with some older pupils at school. Parents are reminded that the minimum age for Instagram users is 13, and are invited to read Instagram Tips for Parents via this link: