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E-Safety

Online Grooming New Campaign

Please see below for information on Online Grooming New Campaign (Internet watch Foundation)

A new IWF safety campaign aims to help parents have conversations with their children about keeping their 'door' closed to child sexual abusers. The campaign includes a booklet for parents, explaining the risks, explaining why children are vulnerable, and suggests practice steps that parents can take.


One of the videos used in CPD sessions about online safety was called 'Where's Klaus?' Please click the link below to watch the video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4GKXsAOYZE

  • TALK to your child about online sexual abuse. Start the conversation – and listen to their concerns.
  • AGREE ground rules about the way you use technology as a family.
  • LEARN about the platforms and apps your child loves. Take an interest in their online life.
  • KNOW how to use tools, apps and settings that can help to keep your child safe online.

 

Online Safety at Home - Newsletter. Keeping your children safe at home during the Easter break

Please see below for a link about how Parents/Carers can deliver online safety at home:

 

Activity Packs to help you keep your child safe online
Please see below for some 'Activity Sheets' regarding internet safety

Some Activity sheets on Keeping Safe whilst online

Staying Safe Online

The internet opens up a world of entertainment, opportunity and knowledge. It is really important that parents and carers work with us to ensure children stay safe in their use of technology. When we talk about e-Safety, we are not just talking about the internet. We are talking about the use of computers, games consoles (such as X-Box), mobile phones, televisions, tablets (such as the iPad) and many other things.
To help your child to enjoy it all safety, the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has developed the Click Clever, Click Safe code:

 

 


The code has been designed to:

  • give parents the confidence to be able to help their children enjoy the internet safely
  • help children and young people understand how their online experiences can expose them to risks

It’s easy to remember when talking to children about online safety and it’s designed to help keep them safe on the internet.

 

Remember, if you see or hear anything on the Internet that worries you or makes you feel uncomfortable, you can always report this to CEOP by clicking on the link below:

 

 


See the links below for more information on staying safe online.

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