Useful links for Parents:
The following links include information about the potential problems/risks that you or your children may come across, as well as helpful tips and advice.
This factsheet explains how you can protect your child when they are using YouTube apps or the website.
These are the notes provided by police oficer Denton for our e-safety day.
This page will tell you step by step how to set/use the parental controls provided by the most popular internet providers.
This page talks you through how to set “safe search” onto Google and also how to lock it so that only you can change it back.
This site provides a simple checklist of actions to take place to ensure that your children are safe when using all forms of communication technology.
This site contains a large amount of information for parents who want to know in detail the inherent risks when online.
Containing a wide range of information from online shopping, fraud, cyber bullying, social media and many other subjects.
Links for Parents and Children:
This site is full of clear information, it has separate sections for children of different ages and parents. It has information, advice and games specifically for children with answers to almost most questions parents could have about keeping their children safe online.
This is the NSPCC site for assisting parents to teach their children how to use the internet and share online safely.
Key Stage 1
Lee and Kim’s Adventure: Animal Magic Cartoon (created by CEOP)