All the sites listed are suggested sites, parents, please look at these sites before your child so you know what they are viewing............please be aware that children will still need your supervision on the internet!
We use the poster and bookmark below in school to remind all our children of how to stay safe on the internet and beyond, you may like to print them out and use them at home, they can help with the 'esafety conversation'.
Websites for you to use with your child to help with the esafety conversation.....
Thinkuknow website...... this website has been specially developed by CEOP for children of all ages to help them to learn about staying safe online. There's information for parents here too.
Kidsmart...... help and advice for children using the internet.
Digi Duck's Big Decision....... Esafety book (and more) for KS1 children - A brilliant online safety resource for younger children
Home and Family Guidelines
What is a Digital Tattoo? The National Crime Agency, CEOP, gives it's top tips on making sure that a child's online reputation is just as good as their offline one.
Parent Info website..... Here you'll find a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up with what their children are doing online.
It can be difficult to stay on top of the wide range of sites and devices that young people use, the following advice might help.......
NSPCC Share Aware....... Follow this link to the NSPCC website it helps you to keep your child safe while they are online; giving you help & advice, plus videos you can share with your child. Please make sure you watch the videos BEFORE you watch them with your children and only watch them with your child when they (and you) are ready for the resulting conversations. Start with the document below to start being share-aware.
Cyberbullying..... One in five young people have experienced bullying by text message or via email. This web site gives advice for children and parents on bullying and cyberbullying. Follow this link to a booklet that gives practical help and advice about cyberbullying.
Safer Internet Day.....something we mark every year in school. Have a look at this website for more information.
Entertainment and Software Ratings Board......Follow this link to The Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) will help to keep you up to date with new games being launched and advice on their suitability for all ages. Below is a booklet from the ESRB about video games, parental controls (xbox360, Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3 & PSP) and online safety.
Pan European Game Information..... Link HERE (PEGI) provides advice regarding the age suitability of a game.......age ratings are systems used to ensure that entertainment content, such as films, videos, DVDs, and computer games, are clearly labelled by age according to the content they contain. Age ratings provide guidance to consumers (particularly parents) to help them decide whether or not to buy or give a particular product to their child.
The rating on a game confirms that it is suitable for players over a certain age. Accordingly, a PEGI 7 game is only suitable for those aged seven and above and an PEGI 18 game is only suitable for adults aged eighteen and above. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.
Parents keep your children safe online......Internet Matters is a website that can help you do this. Protect your children by activating simple parental controls around your home - here's how, with an interactive guide!
Virus protection help......Follow THIS LINK to Malwarebytes and download a piece of software that can help with getting rid of viruses.
Google Family Safety Centre - Link HERE
Get Safe Online - Link HERE
Web Wise - BBC website - Link HERE
Safety & Privacy settings for social media apps download the document below for help with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube Kids, Pinterest, Tumblr, Skype & Gmail.
Do you need to report or need advice? Follow this link for help.