Our children's safety when using the internet is of huge importance both at school and at home. Derbyshire County Council have produced an excellent guide for parents to the most popular websites that children like to use, we highly recommend that you click on the link below to access this.
We are using the 360 degree safe online safety self review tool to monitor our online safety. This helps us to ensure that we are keeping our children safe.
E-safety Workshop With Brian Marshall
On Friday 6th May, Brian attended the school and talked about some of the issues around e-safety, giving advice on how parents/carers can help keep children safe. If parents were unable to attend the meeting and would like any help/advice from Brian, please contact the school and we will arrange this.
Below you will find links to various websites online which will help you to ensure your children are safe online when using computers at home.
Think U Know - the official site from CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency with sections tailored to select age groups to teach them about staying safe online.
Disney Safe Surfing - games, videos and information for children about staying safe online
Child Online Safety - gov.uk - this is a practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media.
AT&T Internet Safety Game - a fun game for children where they help Captain Broadband keep the internet safe.
NSPCC Net Aware - a site that provides information about the internet sites, games and apps that children are currently using, together with the potential risks they may be exposed to whilst using them.
Google Safety Center - an advice site on how to protect yourself and your family whilst online.