Welcome to our eSafety page where we will give you and your children tips on staying safe online!
First of all remember the SMART rules!
Safe – Never give out your personal information over the internet, such as your name, address, school and email address.
Meeting – Never meet up with anyone you meet up with online.
Accepting – Don’t open emails or attachments from anyone you don’t know as they may contain a virus.
Reliable – Always check two or more websites to ensure the information you are reading is correct.
Tell – Always tell an adult if you are unsure about anything on the internet!
Here are some websites that your child may enjoy looking at:
Here are some websites which parents may wish to look at:
If you are ever unsure of anything online, then please contact Mr Thorogood who will be happy to speak to you.
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