The Digital Wellbeing of Children and Young People
Childnet International has produced guidance for parents and carers on looking after the digital wellbeing of children and young people.
The guidance includes:
E-Safety Parent Enquiries
If you have any requests for information or enquiries with concern for e-Safety please complete the short form
using the link below
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:
Key ideas for helping your child stay safe online:
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