E-Safety and Computing
In recent years the internet has become an integral part of our children’s lives and it can be hard to keep up with developments and what they are using the internet and mobile devices for.
In school, we deliver a planned, progressive e-Safety curriculum with key messages appropriate to your child’s age.
The UK safer Internet Centre site is full of useful information about keeping yourself and your family safe online. They have recently produced checklist leaflets for the more popular social networking sites, which can be viewed on their website or downloaded by clicking the links below.
Giving children a tablet or mobile as a present?
Click below for links to sites with information about apps for children and how to set parental controls on your device.
More information for parents can be found on the following websites:
Think U Know Website
The ThinkuKnow website is run by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and includes advice and information for parents, carers and children. CEOP’s Thinkuknow for parents and carers page includes separate sections for primary and secondary aged children, a video explaining internet safety for parents and plugins to make your browser safer.