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Online Safety is paramount to our school and we place a great deal of importance in educating the children about this ever-changing topic. You will have recently received a free magazine, Digital Parenting, which is full of advice, tips and support for every aspect of Online Safety. Should you require another copy, there are more available in school. If you have any concerns about your child's e-safety, such as cyberbullying, inappropriate messages/pictures being sent, addiction to games, or any other online safety problem, then please come to us for advice and support. We are here to help you. For more serious issues as well as the most up to date advice, we can liase quickly and directly with experts at the
UK Safer Internet  Centre      
tel: 0844 381 4772

 Otherwise, you can speak to your teacher or go directly to:-

 


Mr Moynihan (Headteacher)
Mrs Jones Y6 and Mrs Johnson Y2 (Assistant Head's)

Mrs Skyrme Y4 (Computing Coordinator)

There are many resources out there to support parents and children with online safety. Below are some examples. 

Safer Internet Day 2017 - film for parents and carers

A short film raising awareness of Safer Internet Day 2017 with parents and carers and encouraging them to have a conversation with their children about the internet. Parents and carers can find more about Safer Internet Day at www.saferinternetday.org.uk

Digiduck's Big Decision (age 3-7) interactive book

 

Smartie The Penguin (age 3-7) interactive book

 

Adventures of The Smart Crew (age 7-11) animations

 

Words Can Hurt

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Here is an example of just one of the videos available by Commonsense Media (an American site recommended by UK Safer Internet Centre).There are many more videos like this to target specific issues. This particular story is suitable for all ages and will help you start a conversation about how to talk to others when playing games online.

Childnet Film Competition 2015: Ludworth Primary School "Chips and Bangs"

Finalist in the Primary Category of the Childnet Film Competition 2015, which invites young people to create short films to highlight the safe and positive use of technology. This animation looks at what makes a good online friend.. but also what can make a bad one too!

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