E – Safety

Policies

 E-Safety Policy 2018

 

Acceptable Use policy 2017

Social Media Policy 2018 (2)

What parents need to know about MOMO

MOMO-Online-Safety-Guide-for-Parents-FEB-2019 (002)

 

 

Safer Internet Day

Thank you to the parents who attended Tuesday’s joint e-safety/ end of block drop-in session in their children’s classes. This year’s theme – consent- was shared with the children in School Assembly then children completed activities around the theme in class. Further information for parents and carers can be found in the link below

http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/safer-internet-day-2019/safer-internet-day-2019-top-tips-parents-and-carers    

 

What is e-safety ?

 E-safety encompasses not only internet technologies but also electronic communications such as mobile phones and wireless technology. It highlights the need to educate children and young people about the benefits, risks and responsibilities of using information technology. It provides safeguards and raises awareness to enable users to control their online experiences. The above policies are relevant to ensuring staff, children and parents are aware of rules and regulations of staying safe online.

 

*Regular updates regarding e-safety can be found here and are also attached to weekly newsletters

 

 

Issue 6 Digital Parenting is Now available below.

What’s inside?

We have advice from teachers, parents and online safety experts on subjects ranging from Virtual Reality to Snapchat. We have tips from online safety experts, parents and children themselves.

We also have an updated guide to setting parental controls on apps and devices, and information on gaming and keeping kids safe while they play. The online version of the magazine includes live links in the Tools section to make finding out about parental controls even easier.

And you can also access brilliant, up to date information to help keep children safe online via our FREE newsfeed advice service for schools, Parent Info.

Parent Info is a collaboration between Parent Zone and CEOP, the child exploitation and online protection command of the National Crime Agency.

Here you’ll find a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing online. Schools are welcome to subscribe to a feed for their own websites and use the content as they wish. Sign up your school here.

 

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