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E-Safety

Please find below some useful links for parents:

 

NSPCC This website contains links to many resources about all aspects of child safety, including online safety.

Net Aware This website tells you everything you need to know about social media and the available apps that your child might be accessing.

Thinkyouknow A website for parents with useful FAQs about many aspects of safety online. It also has plenty of downloadable free resources and presentations on internet safety. It caters for children as young as five.

CEOP This is the special unit of the police dedicated to cyberspace and has useful information and contacts if you have concerns about child safety online.

Internet Watch Foundation The only organisation in the UK that provides an internet hotline for the public to report websites with potentially illegal content, it also features useful tips on internet safety, filters and links to other helpful organisations.

Childnet International This is a non-profit organisation working with other organisations around the world to ensure the internet is a safe place for children. The website contains lots of information and resources for parents, teachers and children.

 

Key Stage 1 – Hector’s World homepage

Watch these videos of Hector and his friends learning to use the computer safely

Hector’s World

 

General advice for Key Stage 1 about safe use of the internet.

Think u Know 5-7 years

 

Key Stage 2 – Explore the cyber cafe and learn how to stay safe when you’re on the computer and when using a phone

Think u Know 8-10 years

 

For parents

Think u Know parents

 

Useful documents on setting parental controls for computers and games consoles.

KidSmart

ChildNet

Digizen

Chat Danger

Parents Guide to Internet Safety

Nintendo Parental Controls

Wii U Parental Contols

Parental Safeguards for Xbox Live and Xbox 360

Parental Controls for iPad

Playstation 4 Parental Controls

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