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E-Safety at Deanesfield

At Deanesfield we take e-Safety very seriously and make it a priority to do all we can to keep your children safe when they are online and using the internet.

We have a comprehensive e-safety policy which is available to view in the Policies section of the school website. We have also implemented acceptable use policies for staff and pupils.

Websites & Help Pages

Please click on the following links to redirect you for top tips and advice o how to keep your children safe online.

 

NSPCC Online Advice for Parents/Carers

Net Aware - Your Guide to the Social Networks your Kids Use

Think You Know - Keeping Children Safe Online

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) - Safety Centre

Stop, Speak, Support - an online code for kids | Internet Matters

Equip your child with the Stop, Speak, Support online 'green cross code' to give them the tools to deal with whatever they may face as they navigate the online world. Visit our site for more support: https://www.internetmatters.org/advice/digital-resilience-toolkit/

Digital Resilience Toolkit: Supporting 6 - 10 year olds | Internet Matters

As more children live out their lives through smartphones there is a need to equip them to deal with things they may experience online. Dr Linda Papadopoulos offers practical advice on how to support young children as they reach milestone moments on and offline.

Supporting primary school children online | Advice from Dr Linda

Psychologist and Internet Matters Ambassador Dr Linda gives great advice about practical things parents can do to support children online as during their time at primary school.

Supporting primary school children online | a parent's experience

Adele Jennings of Ourfamilylife.co.uk shares her experience of helping her 7-year-old son make the most of the internet while protecting him from the risks.

APP

 

‘Internet Matters’ is an app designed to help parents talk about online safety issues with their children, and to ensure that they make smart choices to stay safe online.

Aimed at children aged between 8-10, it's a split-screen collaborative app helps them think about what they would do if they were faced with different situations online; from cyberbullying to sharing content with someone they don’t know

Quizzes and games encourage parents and children to collaborate and talk about 9 different e-safety subjects.

 

Download the tablet-only app for free from here

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