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Online Safety Page for pupils and parents.

This page is full of top tips to keep safe when you are using the Internet, phone or gaming consoles.

 

There is always something new!!

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Have you seen Parentzone? They have a section on parenting looking especially at the way the Internet can affect children and young people. Click on this link or visit,

http://parentinfo.org/ 

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Mrs. Brown will send some information out in Newsletters from time to time and here are the top tips as promised. Click on TOP TIPS

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 The NSPCC is a good source of information about keeping safe online. Here is their website address.

www.nspcc.org.uk

 

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Here is a link to a safe website where you can find out about the SMART rules shown on the picture above.

http://kidsmart.org.uk/beingsmart/

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This next link, from the UK Safer Internet Centre, has advice for parents and carers about using parental controls on electronic devices. Click on the picture.

 

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Childnet is a useful site for checking up on what you can do to keep your children safe online. Follow the link or visit this address.

http://www.childnet.com/

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In our school, we have our own Internet safety rules which were written by the school, teachers and pupils, to be placed next to every computer in school. Here they are.

Thorpe Willoughby Internet Safety Rules

Think you know all you need to know? This is a link for parents to find out. https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/ 

More links are on the Child Protection Policy under the Policies tab

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