E-Safety

Welcome to our e-safety page! 
 
There is no denying that the Internet is an integral part of our lives and is widely accessed by children through different technologies.  In light of this it is important that we understand how to keep our children safe from harm whilst also equipping them with the skills they need to keep themselves safe.
 
Here you will find a selection of information and activities to help you to support your child to be safe online.  
 
 
Net Aware is a fantastic tool for finding out everything you want to know about the most popular games and apps children use.  From facts, PEGI ratings (minimum user age) to open and honest reviews from other parents and young people, it really is worth knowing about this resource. 
Click here to go directly to Net Aware and have a read for yourself.
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'Talking to your child – openly, and regularly – is the best way to help keep them safe online.'
Click here for tips on starting the conversation with your child about staying safe online, and what to do if you're at all worried about online safety.
Band runner is a fun interactive game that helps 8-10 year olds learn how to stay safe from risks they might encounter online.  Why not play it together with your child?
 
Click here for more information about the game
 
5-7 year olds will enjoy watching the 'Hector's World' videos here and having a go at the puzzles afterwards.
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Safer Internet Day 2019!
 
From stories and poems to songs and pledges, the children got involved in all sorts of activities to learn about online safety.  There was a big focus on how consent works and children thought carefully about choices they should make in order to use technology responsibly.
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