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The online world is rapidly developing and many of our children now have access to devices which enable them to connect to the internet, take images or video and communicate with others. While it is important not to obstruct them from developing skills from using these devices, it is essential that parents support their children in navigating the online world.
Some of the issues related to primary pupils using the internet are
If you feel that your child is being groomed or abused online, then use the Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP) Centre’s reporting form: https://ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Worried your child has shared too much on line? Click here
The important message is that primary-aged children can speak to a responsible adult if they feel worried about something related to the internet. For further information about family filtering for home broadband click here.
The resources on this page are to help pupils and parents to understand the risks and how to make devices safer to use.
Early Years and Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1
Smartie The Penguin (online story)
Digiduck’s Big Decision (online story) – Now available as an app for free and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Hectors World (cartoons)
Lee & Kim (cartoon and resources)
Magda and Mo (Magda and Mo are two curious kids who want to play online but need your help to make good choices. Follow their interactive adventures and help them decide during the story if they should do it themselves or ask a grown-up for help?)
Key Stage 2
The Smart Crew (cartoons and resources)
Kidsmart (information site)
CEOP Think U Know 8-10 year olds (games and resources)
CEOP ‘Jigsaw’ (video)
YHGfL ‘Daydreaming’ (cyberbullying video)
Internet Matters – The UK’s four biggest internet providers have got together to launch
Support for Parents from Catshill Learning Partnerships – It can seem difficult to keep up-to-date with the technology that children use. You can find more information and support about digital technologies by clicking on link above
NSPCC – How to help your child stay safe online.
CEOP Primary parent’s site (advice)
Parenting in the Digital Age – Parenting in the Digital Age (or PitDA for short) is a new programme to help parents apply their parenting skills to the online world.
Digitally Confident – This site is continually updated with resources, guidance and news relating to digital literacies, safeguarding and esafety.
The Parent Zone – Where you will find useful information and access to our help service.
UK SIC Guide to technology (advice)
Pan European Game Information (advice)
For resources in Polish: http://www.saferinternet.pl/pl/
For resources in Romanian : www.sigur.info/
For resources in Slovakian : www.zodpovedne.sk/
For resources in Bulgarian : www.safenet.bg/
Leaflets in Urdu/Hindi/Punjabi and others: http://www.childnet.com/resources/supporting-young-people-online
SCHOOL DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
Ling Bob JI&N School has Safeguarding, ICT and e-Safety policies
The eSafeguarding co-ordinator in school is Mr Simpson, if you need any further support, then please contact the school office.
Does your child use Instagram to share photos with friends? Read CEOP’s guide to help them use it safely.
Get Advice and Support whenever you need it from Get Safe Online
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan urges parents to check they know how to help keep their children safe online.
The Prime Minister announces new plans to tackle child abuse on the internet at the #WeProtectChildrenOnline Global Summit in London.
Help your child stay safe on social networks
We tell our children to share but online it’s different. In fact sometimes sharing online can be dangerous. That’s why we’re asking parents to be Share Aware and keep children safe online.
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