E-Safety

E Safety is a very important issue both inside and outside the school gates. More and more, children are discovering new technologies and communication channels.  Mobile phones are very popular now with most children owning or having access to one. Most of these devices have the ability to connect to the internet and social networking sites such as Facebook.  As parents, you may use these sites yourself.  All of our children are below the allowed age for social networking but we feel that introducing even our youngest pupils to e safety will prepare them for a time when they are discovering these sites for themselves.

Below are some links.  They have been designed specifically for children and their parents/carers.  Please follow the appropriate link for more information.

Please click the logo above to access the main CEOP site for e-safety information and to report a concern

Please also look at the information below for how to keep very young children safe:

           

These tools below can be used with your children to promote e-safety at home:

Digital Resilience – Internet Matters website

Think you know  8-10 years old games

Think you know  5-7 years old games

Please use the link below to learn everything you need to know about access via social media, TV on demand and web browsers. Please click on the link below

Get safe online

Sometimes, it is easy to think that the stories that we hear don’t happen locally.  Take a look at Staffordshire Police safenet campaign to find out more. Please click on the link below

Staffordshire Police Safenet