Internet Safety Advice for Parents
As well as the children, we provide our parents with many opportunities throughout the year to develop their computing skills; ranging from beginner courses to internet safety workshops.
If ever you want any advice or to find out more information, please contact school and ask to speak to our ICT Manager, Mr Shah or our Internet Safety Leader, Miss Moyle, who will be more than happy to help.
SafeToNet is an app for parents to help you safeguard your children from online risks such as cyberbulying, whilst always respecting your child's right to privacy. The SafeToNet Foundation is providing UK families with
free-for-life access to the SafeToNet safeguarding solution during the pandemic.
Using the code SAFE, parents can get free access to the app which has wellbeing activities and adds a safeguarding keyboard to your child's device.
Below you will find a list of apps, games and social network platforms and their official age ratings. For more information on these and many others, you can visit https://www.net-aware.org.uk/networks/
SafeToNet have also produced a document that identities the risks of commonly used apps. It's worth having a look by visiting https://safetonetfoundation.org/app-risk-assessments/
Click on the icons below for some useful Internet Safety websites.
Ceop Childnet NSPCC
Think U Know UK Safer Internet Centre
In the 'Kids Zone' section there are lots of games, websites and videos you can use with your children.