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E Safety

Children, across Key Stage One and Two, receive training in how to keep themselves safe when using electronic devices such as mobile phones and computers. 

This also includes safe use of the internet, including the use of social networking sites such as Facebook and Club Penguin. We believe that it is important to equip the children with skills they can use outside of the classroom.

 

Reporting Concerns

If you are concerned about someone’s online behaviour, towards your child,  parents and children can both report this at www.ceop.gov.uk or www.thinkuknow.co.uk .

 

Useful Links

Useful sites with information on keeping your children safe:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Primary/ A guide on how to be a better online parent.

http://www.childnet-int.org/kia/parents/ Information for parents and activities you can look at with your children.

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/  Further information for parent and children, as well as resources to use at home.

Activities

We use the following sites in school. They have lots of resources you can explore with the children to further their understanding.

        

 Suitable for children aged 5-8.

The site has lots of advice about keeping personal information safe and encourages children to think carefully about who we should share our personal information with.

 

Suitable for children aged 8-10.

An interactive activity where children are presented with different scenarios which involve the use of a range of technologies: mobile phones, chat rooms, email, forums, etc.