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Red Barn Community Primary School

Red Barn Community Primary School

Small School Big Family
Small School Big Family

E-Safety

The Computer Champions are a group of pupils from Years 3 to 6 who look after IT resources and also E-Safety within the school. They plan ‘Safer Internet Day’ activities and ensure that each class is up to date with their E-Safety learning. The group also monitor the school website to ensure it is current.

Almost all communication devices can now access the internet including mobile phones and games consoles.

Good communication between you and your children is crucial to keeping them safe.

Some ideas for keeping your children safe

  • Supervise children’s time on the internet. Make this easy by placing the computer somewhere in the house where you can see what they are doing.
  • Start as you mean to go on… when children are first bought mobile devices such as tablets introduce a ‘Family Media Agreement’.
  • Make sure your children feel confident about telling you if they have accessed something inappropriate by accident.
  • Set parental locks on browsers to minimise risks.
  • Ask your children what they are using the computer for – find out as much as possible about what they do when they are on the computer and make suggestions for more useful ways to spend their time.
  • If you are concerned about what they are accessing then look at the internet history.
  • Click here to install the Hector the Protector on your computer.

Below are some links to internet safety resources:

Roblox – a guide for parents

Net Aware: Roblox

Thinkuknow – home activity packs

Netflix Parents’ Guide

TikTok – Private message ban

Coronavirus – A book for children

UK Safer Internet Centre – 11 things you should know about Loot Boxes

Parent Zone

Safe4Me

Advice on TikTok App

Hampshire E-Safety Site

A link to Hantsweb’s online safety resources regarding a wide range of issues including Facebook and Snapchat guidance, chatrooms and appropriate use of mobile phones.

BBC

A link to BBC’s Webwise, offering advice on how to get the best from the internet as well as advice on selecting passwords and keeping children safe online.

Bullying UK

A link to Family Lives website, aimed to providing advice on promoting healthier relationships.

Childnet

A non-profit organisation aimed to making the internet a great and safer place for children

Connect Safely

ConnectSafely.org is a Silicon Valley, Calif.-based nonprofit organization dedicated to educating users of connected technology about safety, privacy and security. Here you’ll find research-based safety tips, parents’ guidebooks, advice, news and commentary on all aspects of tech use and policy.

Get Safe Online

Advice on how to stay safe online in terms of safe payments, protecting against identity theft and protecting your computer.

Internet Watch Foundation

A company that aims to ‘internationally to make the internet safer by removing images of child sexual abuse.’ They are an independent not for profit organisation and work with the global internet industry and the European Commission.

Kidscape

Our mission is to provide children, families, carers and professionals with advice, training and practical tools to prevent bullying and protect young lives

thinkuknow.co..uk

Another child-friendly website to use with your child to allow discussion about how to stay safe online.

Child Line

We’re here for you, whatever’s on your mind. We’ll support you. Guide you. Help you make decisions that are right for you. Our tips and techniques, ideas and inspiration can help you feel more in control. And you can access them in your own time, at your own pace.

NSPCC Net Aware

Your guide to the social networks that young people use.

Vodafone Digital Parenting

Here at Vodafone, we’re committed to helping children and teenagers get the most out of technology and become more confident and resilient when they are online.