eSafety

We need your help to keep your children safe on the internet. The school’s internet access is extremely tightly controlled but when children access the internet from home the same restrictions do not necessarily apply.

It is possible to download free K9 web filtering software which is recommended.

For general advice & guidance please visit Parent Zone or Thinkuknow.

Parent Safe
Childnet
Safer Internet
eSafety Guidelines
Internet Matters

Children spending more time online, over the summer and with routines changing and lots of us spending more time online over the last year, children may have seen something that isn’t appropriate. It might be that an innocent search has led to a not so innocent result, or children might look for things because they are curious. So what do you do?

The NSPCC have put together top tips for parents to know exactly what to do if it happens.

Talk to your child about what they’ve seen