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If you have any questions please speak to your child's class teacher or Mrs Dance.
These days children often spend a great deal of time online, whether using computers, smart phones or gaming, etc.
It is very important that you, their parents/carers, are letting them know how to keep themselves safe online and for them to know who to talk to if something goes wrong or they are uncomfortable in a situation.
Below we have provided links to some of the websites available to give parents/carers advise on how to approach internet safety.
We have also produced our own leaflet that you can share with your child.
Tuesday 7th February 2023 was Safer Internet Day.
This year the theme is: Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online
Each class held a class assembly asking the children to reflect on how they and others should behave online in a safe and respectful way.
We would be delighted if you could join us in celebrating the day by continuing the conversation at home. To help you with this, you may be interested in downloading the free Safer Internet Day Resources for Parents and Carers which is available at: saferinternet.org.uk/sid-parents.
There are top tips, quizzes, and films which you can use at home with your child.
Some other resources which you may find helpful in supporting your child online are:
- Tips, advice and guides for parents and carers from the UK Safer Internet Centre(saferinternet.org.uk/parents)
- Advice for parents and carers from Childnet (childnet.com/parents-and-carers)
- Reviews and information about games, apps, TV shows and websites fromCommon Sense Media (commonsense.org)
- Help on using parental controls and privacy settings from Internet Matters(internetmatters.org./controls)
- Information and reporting of online grooming or sexual abuse from CEOP (ceop.police.uk)
Please view our E Safety Policy below: