E-Safety

E Safety Fact sheet

Our Acceptable use policy:

Key Stage 1      Key Stage 2

These documents are known by all our children.

Setting parental restrictions on your child’s kit

Resources and websites, Information and tools for parents & carers, Social networking, Online gaming, Mobile phones, File sharing, Downloading and where to get help / advice… view document …

Parents / carers checklist 

Keeping your child safe online – a checklist for parents… view document …

Presentation to parents

 Link to the “Online Safeguarding” presentation led by Peter Cowley, ICT & E Safety adviser
Workshop date: 26th June 2018 

Who do you think you’re talking to online?

Safer Internet Day 2019 – useful resources

Conversation starters

Fun things to do

Information and online resources

Quick activities

Social media – guidance for parents

The documents below offer clear guidance to all parents on popular social media platforms:

Facebook simplified

Instagram – parents guide

Instagram simplified

Kik messenger – parents guide

ooVoo parents guide

Snapchat parents guide

Snapchat simplified

Think you know – grooming: parents guide

Think you know – reporting to CEOP

Think you know – using parental controls

Think you know – worried that a child has shared too much online

Think you know – worried your child has seen something inappropriate online

Whtasapp simplified

Whatsapp parents guide

You Tube parents guide

You Tube simplified