Online Safety Guidance for Parents - Thinkuknow
National Password is on Thursday 6 May:
Passwords are an essential part of life online - and if we're not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause big problems. By understanding the risks and making passwords stronger, we can feel a little more secure.
Click on the following link to see how to create a strong, secure password: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEmF3Iylvr4
Parents: please see below a parent guide for Snapchat with some useful hints and tips of how to keep our children safe.
26.3.21 Please click on the logo to see how parents & carers can deliver online safety at home, especially during the Easter holidays when children will spend more time online
PlayStation 5 – Parental Controls and Security Settings - please click the logo to find out more
11.2.21 Online Safety Alert: "Omegle"
It’s come to our attention that schools across the UK have been warned about a well-known chat room. It’s been reported to us that schools have issued warnings to parents and carers urging them to talk to their children about these chat rooms and chat room apps. Please click on the link to read more: Safer Schools Advice - Dangerous Chatrooms
Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 9 February and is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones
There are lots of great resources, tips and information for parents/carers to help children be safe whilst having fun and learning at home on the internet!
Parents: click on the logo to find out more!
Parents - click on the logo for guidance how to keep your child safe online
Ages 4-7: click on the picture for help and guidance for this age group
Ages 8-10: click on the picture for help and guidance for this age group
Ages 11-13: click on the picture for help and guidance for this age group