Thank you to all those that returned our recent parental questionnaire about online-safety. We hope that this page address some of the questions you had for us. We will now focus on tailoring specific support/training based on any other areas of importance for our children.
FOR ADVICE FROM THE NATIONAL ONLINE SAFETY ORGANISATION FOR CURRENT YOUTUBE ISSUES PLEASE CLICK LINK BELOW.
Staying safe online -help and information for parents
www.saferinternet.org.uk - E-safety tips, advice and resources
www.parentinfo.org/ - Lots of good eSafety advice
www.childnet.com- An organisation working directly with children, parents and teachers covering online safety
www.kidsmart.org.uk - Developed by Childnet International, it has information on children's technology and guidance about online safety
www.bullying.co.uk - Twenty percent of children have experienced online bullying, this web site gives advice for children and parents on cyberbullying
Who else can I talk to?
Our local PCSO, Chad Carrington can also be contacted at Rugeley Police Station if your need any further advice. Chad has done a lot of work with our KS2 pupils about staying safe online ands is always happy to support our children in relation to online safety.
In school the designated safeguarding leads are Mr Jobburns and Mr Brandon.
Parents' guide to staying safe online- booklet
Your children may well know a lot more about the internet than you do, so why not read through this booklet to help you support the safe use of digital media. A copy for parents is in the school entrance foyer and we're more than happy to print a copy if required.
BBC parents' guide to internet use https://www.bbc.com/ownit/its-personal/max-and-harvey-social-media-rules?collection=safer-internet-day-2019
Follow the school's SMART guidance