As part of our safeguarding culture, we take actions necessary to protect our children and staff online and offline. Online safety is taught as part of our ongoing computing and PSHE curriculum and is highlighted each year during Internet Safety Day. Using the internet can be great fun and helps children with many areas of learning. However, it is important that we work together to help our children to use the internet safely.
Remember to keep safe online, you can always email the school if you are worried or visit these websites for help:-
Below are some links to useful websites that give advice on how to keep children safe online.
Remember to keep safe online, if you are worried email your class teacher or visit these websites for help:-
UK Safer Internet Centre
London Grid for Learning
Think U Know
The following websites may be helpful for parents if you need support with safer working practices whilst children are spending more time online:
National Education Union https://coronavirusandschools.org.uk/learning-outside-school/
Connect Safely https://www.connectsafely.org/parentguides/
Internet matters app guides https://www.internetmatters.org/resources/apps-guide/
UK safer internet site social media guides https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/social-media-guides
SWGFL YouTube guide https://swgfl.org.uk/magazine/a-parents-guide-to-youtube-restricted-mode/
For more general information about ways to stay safe online, visit our web-pages https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/fire-emergencies-and-crime/crime-prevention/staying-safe-online/#online-safety-advice