The internet is such an integral part of children's lives these days. It opens up so many educational and social opportunities, giving them access to, quite literally, a world of information and experiences.
Whether on a computer at school, a laptop at home, a games console or mobile phone, children and young people are increasingly accessing the internet whenever they can and wherever they are.
As you would protect your child in the real world, you will want to make sure that they are safe whatever they are doing. Like learning to cross the road, online safety skills are skills for life. If your child understands the risks and can make sensible and informed choices online, they can get the most from the internet and stay safe whilst doing so – particularly from those people who might seek them out to harm them.
To view our latest e-safety letters please click on the links below:-
Please click here to view our E Safety Agreement issued to staff, governors and visitors.
E-SAFETY TIP RECEIVED FROM LINCOLNSHIRE POLICE:-
PARENT INFO ALERT – INTERNET SAFETY AND OTHER STUFF!!
As children and teenagers arrive back at school, relationships develop, and social media gets another boost as they start new conversations and access various platforms to uphold their social status! As a parent this can be quite daunting to keep up with the ever changing world of social media, whether that be mobile phone or computer based activity. Here is a brilliant website that you can access and gain up to date information. You can also learn about the current teen speak your teenagers may be using. (MOOS, P999 AND WYRN).
Worth a browse as very informative, with additional sign posting to other websites that may also be of use for further information.
Help for Parents
This page provides guidance for parents to help make your child safer on-line.
Click Here to view 'keeping up with the children on the internet' - a leaflet produced by Childnet International
Follow http://www.getnetwise.org/ for Information on keeping safe online
Click Here to view Parents Share Aware NSPCC guidance - Helping you to keep your child safe online.