This information is designed to help you stay informed about the online activities of your children. It is easy to think that your child will not be engaging in online activity that may bring them to harm, however many children are drawn into activity unwillingly and unknowingly. It is vital that parents stay well informed and up-to-date with the constant changes in technology that surround them and their children.
There are a great number of resources out there to help parents and carers to support their child to stay safe online. Many of these resources have their own benefits and it is important to make yourself familiar with them all to know where to go for support and advice. You can use the following images below to investigate some of these websites further.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child's online safety or activity please speak to their class teacher, or our Family Support Assistant, Mrs D Foster.
Should you feel your child has been put at risk, or is at risk it is incredibly important that this is reported to the appropriate organisation - either CEOP or directly to the police.
This is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP command. ThinkuKnow aims to ensure that everyone has access to practical information. It provides educational resources including films, cartoons to help professionals raise young people’s awareness.
UK Safer Internet Centre
This is a website that provides e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on line. It also provides useful guides about parental controls published by the UK Safer Internet Centre covering Smartphones, gaming devices and internet enabled devices.
This is a non-profit organisation working with others to make the internet a great and safe place for children.’ It has links with many of the other resources on this page.
Linked with Childnet this site has activities and information for parents and pupils about internet safety.
Supported by ThinkUKnow, games and videos aimed at younger pupils aged 5 to 6.
If you are worried about online abuse or the way somebody has been communicating online this can be reported to CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre), this goes directly to the National Crimes Agency.