E Safety Guidance for Parents
In the world of digital media, it is vitally important that we teach our children how to stay safe when they are using the internet- both in school and when at home. Similarly, we appreciate that the rapid advances in technology means that adults need as much up-to-date, relevant information too. We endeavour to support parents through sending home regular updates in newsletters or leaflets and posts on our digital platforms including here.
Please refer to this regularly and let us know if there's a new App or game that the children are engaging with that may need us to check out. Safeguarding is everyone's business so if you have any concerns that a child you know may be at risk because of their internet use, please report it to the Head of School or directly to the First Response Children's Duty Team: 0116 3050005 / email@example.com
Things you need to know
Children are taught how to report concerns or worries they have when using the internet. They are familiar with the following phase:
Online Safety Advice for Parents
Please see below details of a ‘Online safety advice for parents’ session scheduled on the 7th Feb 2023 – 7pm to 8pm, which will be delivered by the Regional Cyber Crime Unit within the East Midlands Special Operations Unit.
The link to the sign up page is here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/online-safety-advice-for-parents-safer-internet-day-tickets-511593388597
This webinar will go over some of the issues parents maybe concerned about such as social media safety, online gaming and discussing your child’s online activities with them.
It will mainly try to educate parents on how they can better protect their children from becoming victims of cybercrime and fraud by following National Cyber Security Centre approved advice.
E-Safety Guides for Parents: more things you need to know