Our film is about the effects of cyber bullying and what you should do if it happens to you or your friends.
This film was made with the help of Emma Spellman from www.oojamaflick.com, who film and edit HD mini documentaries for families.
We have welcomed Raj Panchal from our IT support team “TurnItOn” who has spent time in classes discussing with the children how they and we can all make sure we are safe internet users. As technology changes and develops at such a fast pace it is important that as a school community we are aware of the dangers and risks of online activities. Above is an information leaflet helping you to keep you child safe.
Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people across the world.
Safer Internet Day 2017 will be celebrated on Tuesday 7th February 2017
Below are a list of links to websites and resources that can help you ensure your child is e-safe!
'Think you know' is a website created by the Child exploitation and online protection centre which has a range of games, videos and resources that teach children how to be safe online.
Transl8it! is a website that lets you translate text speak into plain english and vice versa.
K9 provide free web protection
CEOP for parents – advice for parents on safety
Parental Controls links
Advice page for parents
Stats on kids internet use video
Child net – online safety advice
Keeping yourself save online – BBC Advice
Internet Watch Foundation – report inappropriate content
Netwise- advise for parents
Think you know games
Adventures of the smart crew
KS1: Smartie the penguin