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E - Safety

E-Safety Parent Enquiries

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E-Safety Workshop Presentation

An E-Safety workshop was held on Wednesday 8th November 2017 with the opportunity for all Parents / Carers to sign up for one of three timed workshops (9am / 3.30pm / 5.30pm).


Attendance per class:

  • Reception: 53.3%
  • Year One: 56.0%
  • Year Two: 60.0%
  • Year Three: 51.7%
  • Year Four: 55.5%
  • Year Five: 44.4%
  • Year Six: 50.0%




Key ideas for helping your child stay safe online:


1. Talk

  • Talk about staying safe online together
  • Have open discussions
  • Don't wait until there is an issue

2. Explore

  • Explore the online world together
  • Don't let yourself as a parent / carer to be left behind
  • Find out about new technology and discuss the pros and cons with your child

3. Agree

  • Agree rules about what's ok and what's not ok
  • Agree on screen time limits and expectations
  • Agree on what websites you are happy and not happy for them to use

4. Manage

  • Manage parental controls on devices and make sure safe-search is enabled

Advice we give to the children




Safe = Do not give out personal information online

Meeting = Do not arrange to meet  people you have met online.

Accepting = Do not accept messages, files or emails from people you do not know.

Reliable = Information on the internet may not always be true. Always check.

Tell = Tell a parent, carer or trusted adult if something online makes you feel uncomfortable

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