Children use the internet as a valuable learning tool. While there is no doubt about its educational benefit there are also risks. At Ashlands, keeping safe online is built into our curriculum. Children are taught how to react if they see something inappropriate online. We discuss cyber bullying and also how to keep your personal information private.
For parents, the Child Exploitation and online safety agency have a wealth of information and advice. If you need to make an urgent report following an e-safety concern you can use their Report Abuse button. ( See CEOPS button on website)
Or you can explore the sites below.
UK Safer internet A guide to popular devices which explains the safety tools available and provides guidance for parents in how they support their children to use technologies safely and responsibly.
Online safety in the computer curriculum This site gives information and resources linked to E-Safety across the Computing Curriculum for Key Stages 1-4
THINK YOU KNOW Provides information on popular sites and mobiles and devices.
How to manage settings on an iPhone, iPad iPod and iOS7
Google Family Safety Centre