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E-Safety

 

We are committed to making on-going improvements to our E-Safeguarding provision within school. We are registered with 360 degree E-Safe and regularly review and evaluate the progress we are making. We are proud to have received a certificate which recognises our commitment. Further information can be found at http://www.360safe.org.uk

 

These websites are suitable for children. Please share them with your child.

KidSmart

Learn about the Internet and being a smart surfer.

 

Thinkuknow

Advice and information about online safety.

 

CBBC

E-Safety advice, games and songs for kids.

 

Childnet

Working to make the Internet a great and safe place for children.

 

Cyber Mentors

A website which is all about kids supporting kids online. Contains useful support and advice for reporting problems.

 

For E-Safety advice and guidance for parents and carers please look at the web links below.

 

Safe Network

Guidance on helping keep children and young people safe online.

 

Think u Know for Parents and Carers

Internet advice for parents and carers

 

Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

View and download copies of this magazine which includes great advice and tips for parents.

 

 

Please visit the CEOP You Tube Video page which contains a variety of videos for Parents and Carers about different aspects of E-Safety.

 

CEOP You Tube Channel (for Parents/Carers)

Videos about different aspects of E-Safety

 

 

Children's Safe Search Engines

As part of our E-Safety teaching we ensure that we use safe search engines that are suitable for children. Here are some examples of the different search engines that are available. Please have a look and encourage your child to use these when searching the Internet at home.

 

Google Safe Search

Advice on Google's safety tools

 

Safe Search Kids

Google's Safe Search Engine for Kids

 

Common Sense Media

Advice on Kid Safe search engines

 

Kids Click search engine

Safe search engine for children

The results of our E-Safety Parents Survey