E-Safety

 

We value the importance of eSafety at Langford Budville CE Primary.  Children at Langford Budville use the Internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. We have regular ‘e-safety’ activities to remind children of the importance of keeping themselves safe online.

 

Teaching e-Safety

As part of the Computing Programme of Study within the 2014 curriculum we teach the following strand on e-safety:

 ‘Pupils should be taught to understand a range of ways to use technology safely, respectfully, responsibly and securely, including protecting their online identity and privacy; recognise inappropriate content, contact and conduct and know how to report concerns’.

 

Themed e-safety Days

To further enhance the regular learning of e-safety we will be holding themed e-safety days throughout the year.

 

E-Safety Resources for parents

 

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/globalassets/documents/advice-and-info/share-aware.pdf

 

http://parentinfo.org/article/setting-safety-and-privacy-settings-for-social-media-apps

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers

 

 

The following parent booklets have been put together by the Somerset Elim team. The following topics are covered:

 

What comes after Facebook?

A guide to some of the most popular websites,

social networking and apps that young people use

How to protect your children at home? A guide to parental

controls on wireless broadband internet, computers,

games machines and mobile phones

Helping children to play video games in a safe environment.

A guide with ideas to help your children play video games safely

Privacy Settings in Facebook and Twitter.

A guide on how to set privacy settings in Facebook and Twitter

How to report issues to Facebook and Twitter.

A guide on reporting issues to two of the most popular social networks

Safer Searching.

A guide on how to control the websites that children can find

A parents guide to instagram

A parents guide to snapchat

A parents guide to security

Personal use of IT equipment

Twitter, families page

A Basic Guide to Twitter

 

 

 

 

 

Tips for parents and carers about Keeping Children Safe from NSPCC

It can be really distressing to discover that your child is being bullied. However hard it is, try to stay calm and don't jump to conclusions. Your child may be really worried about talking to you about the bullying, and scared that it'll make the situation worse.

These tips will help you keep them safe whether you've found out that they're being bullied or you want to make sure they know what to do it if happens to them or someone they know.

Click https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/child-abuse-and-neglect/bullying-and-cyberbullying/keeping-children-safe/ for more details

© 2014 by Ian Difford

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