E-safety

Advice for parents

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A guide to the latest mobile phones, games consoles and tablets. Created by the UK Safer Internet Centre.

 

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Useful and helpful guidance for children and parents to help everyone learn a little more about staying safe in a cyber-world.

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A guide to setting up Parental Controls on various devices. Created by Childnet International.

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An interactive website with all aspects of being safe on the internet covered.

 

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A safe search engine for children to use giving relevant and exciting search results without the unrestricted element of Google.

 

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Interactive website with lots of useful information including online bullying, internet safety etc. Supported by Microsoft.

 

Social network sites

Screen Shot 2018 10 17 at 18.13.59 Net aware- a site to give you information about apps such as, who are they designed for, what age is it suitable for and what sort of content will my child come across? 

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A supportive site for families with lots of useful advice.

 

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Top 10 Tips if you think you are being bullied online.

 

Gaming

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Online tips and advice for parents on age-appropriate games and what signs to look out for.

 

Chat

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Advice for children and adults on how to report suspicious behaviour

 

Mobile phones

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Vodafone Parental advice on protecting your child. Supported by CEOP & UK Safer Internet Centre.

 

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O2 ‘Let’s keep kids safe online’. Supported by NSPPC.

 

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 A useful fact sheet to help monitor what your children are watching on you tube, how you can be sure if it is suitable and what to do when you uncover a video that you deem not to be suitable.

 

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