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E- Safety

 

All children are regularly taught about keeping themselves safe while online.
 
In particular they are advised to:

  • keep their passwords and login details secret and to change them if they ever      suspect they have become known
  • be very careful about giving out personal information
  • tell an adult if anything upsets them while they are online
  • only chat and communicate with people they know
  • print out a copy of any malicious or insulting message they receive
  • be aware that anything they say or post online can be tracked back to them
  • follow the principles of the school's own eSafety policy, which they have signed personall

 

Facebook:

It is against the rules for any child under the age of 13 to have a facebook account. As a school it is part or our responsibility to keep you safe so we will always report any underage user.

Please have a look at these websites, they have activities you can work through with your child so they can stay safe online

There are lots of amazing resources out there on the web but there are also some very poor ones. Below are a few of the really good ones to help improve parent and children's understanding

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hectorshouse

A sequence of cartoons for younger children

thinkuknow

Excellent website for older primary school children

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