Keeping your child safe online

Children and young people spend a lot of time online – it can be a great way for them to socialise, explore, learn new things and have fun. But children also face risks such cyber bullying, exploitation or seeing OnlineSafetycontent that’s inappropriate. That’s why it’s important for them to know how to stay safe online. We strongly urge parents to attend our workshops on online safety and to learn how we are playing our part in keeping children safe online and how parents can support this important work. As children are only with us for a short amount of time, we believe that it is vital for families to know how to keep their children safe when at home. We hope you find this resources useful and informative.

The Safe use of Social Media – Presentation for Parents 24th June 2015

Useful and important websites:

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre – Official Site

Think You Know This provides you information about what’s good, what’s not good and what you can do about it

Parenting is a Digital Age PitDA is part of a new programme called Digital Families that will help families to flourish in a digital age.

Common Sense Media Find out which games, films and programmes are suitable for your child

The Parent Zone Useful site to learn more about keeping children safe online

MakeWaves This is the programme we use in school to model and teach pupils how to behave in a social media environment

Ofcom Information, reports, research and findings about keeping children safe

ParentINFO is a site for CEOP and Parents Zone which contains a lot of useful information about keeping children safe on line

Keeping your child safe online – A check list for parents and carers

UK Safer Internet Centre – Information and online Resources

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