eSafety

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Welcome to our eSafety page where we will give you and your children tips on staying safe online!

**New updates**

Please find below advice for parents:

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Age Ratings
Catfishing
FIFA
Fortnite
Grand Theft Auto (GTA)
Instagram
LiveStreaming
Minecraft
MOMO
Screen Addiction
Snapchat
The App Store
Tik Tok
WhatsApp
Youtube

Don’t forget 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:

Hector’s World

The adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew

Kidsmart

Here are some websites which parents may wish to look at:

Protecting your children online

UK Safer Internet Centre

NSPCC

Childnet

If you are ever unsure of anything online, then please contact Mr Thorogood who will be happy to speak to you.

 

 

 

In Year 6 we have been researching Internet Safety. Find more information by clicking on the links below:

Social Media Advice

Gaming Advice

Year 6 films

 

Our Digital Charter with The Church of England

Following our award for engaging children, teachers and their families in the importance of eSafety, we have signed up to the Digital Charter with the Church of England. This is a voluntary pledge that we’re encouraging individual Christians as well as churches to...

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Online Safety Mark

We are pleased to announce we have been awarded the 360 Degree online safety mark for the following 3 years. This is the second time we have been awarded this award due to the hard work by children, parents and teachers in keeping our children online in the digital...

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Tiktok eSafety advice for parents

TikTok is a video-sharing app. Users can upload and share short videos of themselves lip-syncing to songs or acting out comedy sketches, and add special effects. They can gain followers (‘fans’) and browse other people’s videos. TikTok has a reputation for being...

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Important eSafety update

Dear Parents and Carers, following news in the press about the 'MOMO Challenge' we would like to offer you the following advice from Parentzone: While scrolling through the news or social media, you may have glanced an image depicting a stretched, disfigured face with...

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Tik Tok app advice (Musical.ly)

Dear parents and carers, we would like to give you the following advice for any children using the Tik Tok app, formerly Musical.ly TikTok has a reputation for being unusually free of trolling and danger. But you may have seen news reports or heard concerns about some...

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Facebook advice

We would like to make you aware of the following Facebook advice: There’s a little-known feature on Facebook that allows your child to send and receive private messages and images you won’t be able to see, even if you have the log in details to their account. Here’s...

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Roblox and Fortnite

Following an article in national press yesterday, we strongly recommend reviewing your child's access to the gaming platform 'Roblox'. The article detailed how children using it can have access to games of an adult nature. There is also evidence of grooming taking...

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KS2 Online Safety Assembly

This morning Mr Cochrane led an informative and entertaining assembly on Internet Safety. He discussed the SMART rules and gave advice on using social media. Children were wowed at seeing how easy it is for an adult to pretend they are a child on social media....

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Year 6 NSPCC Workshop

Year 6 were delighted to take part in an NSPCC workshop following on from their assembly last week. They recalled lots of facts from the assembly which was very impressive. In groups they discussed different statements and decided if they were okay, not okay or both....

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