We are continually updating our e-safety information to compliment the learning going on in school and to support learning at home.  This page will give you further information about staying e-safe online, both at school and at home.

E-Safety-SHARP-School Help Advice And Reporting Page

 

E-Safety Evening Supporting Documents

Please find below the links for a range of E-Safety resources. 

Power Point Presentation

Key Stage 1 and 2:

Keeping up with Children on the Internet

Supporting Young People Online

Key Stage 1:

Conversation Starters for Parents and Carers

Play and Learn: Being Online

Key Stage 2:

E-Safety: Mobile Phones

E-Safety: Online Gaming

E-Safety: Cyberbullying

E-Safety: Grooming

E-Safety: Inappropriate Images on Websites

E-Safety: Chatting Online

E-Safety: Music, Film & TV

Parent Checklist

Top Tips for Parents

      Be involved in your child’s online life. Talk to your child; ask them to show you what they are using their mobile devices for; ask them to tell you about/show you the websites the use, the social-networking profiles they have. If they know you understand they are more likely to approach you if they need support.
 

      Establish clear boundaries and expectations. Think about what they might see, what they share, who they talk to and how long they spend online. Restrict internet access in bedrooms so that your child has to use the internet in a communal area within the house.
 

      Know what connects to the internet and how. Your child will use all sorts of devices and gadgets, make sure you are aware which ones connect to the internet (phone, games console, TV). Also find out how they are connecting to the internet – if it is your Wifi you can enforce safety settings, if it is your neighbour’s you cannot.
 

      Encourage your child to “Think before you post”. Online actions can impact on yourself and on others. Content posted privately online can be publicly shared by others and may remain online forever.
 

      Emphasise that not everyone is who they say they are. Make sure you child knows never to meet up with someone they only know online without taking a trusted adult with them. People might not always be who they say they are.
 

      Know what to do when something goes wrong. It is important to know when and how to report any problems – understand how to report to service providers and use blocking and deleting tools.

ISP Family Filters

Some of the filters are now activated by default but others need you to activate. navigate to your ISP to read more:

BT http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayTopic.do?topicId=37062&s_cid=con_FURL_familyprotection

Sky  http://www.sky.com/products/broadband-talk/sky-broadband-shield/safety-centre

Virgin Media http://help.virginmedia.com/system/selfservice.controller

Talk Talk http://www.talktalk.co.uk/security/homesafe-demo.html

If your ISP is not linked here please contact them or look on their websites for this information.

Internet Service Providers Advice and Support
 
O2
 
T-Mobile
 
Virgin
 
General Advice from UK Safer Internet
 
Contact numbers for e-safety issues with mobile phones
 
O2: ncb@o2.com or 0870 521 4 000.
 
Vodafone: 191 from a Vodafone phone or 0870 070 0191 for Pay Monthly customers and 0870 077 6655 for Pay as you Go.
 
3: Call 333 from a 3 phone or 0870 733 0333.
 
Orange: Call 450 on an Orange phone or 07973 100 450
 
for Pay as you Go, or 150 or 07973 100 150 for Pay Monthly.
 
T-Mobile: Call 150 on a T-Mobile phone or 0845 412 5000.
 

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