Safeguarding and E-Safety
This site is created by CEOP and Parent Zone in partnership. There are articles on a range of topics from mental health to children’s diet. There is also a strong focus on Child Sexual Exploitation and online safety more generally . Parent Info allows schools to embed it’s content onto their own school website. This can be a feed that is updated with new articles or schools can choose to select articles that are relevant to them and their pupils. The website can be found here: http://parentinfo.org/
Thinkuknow -Parents and Carers.
This site has advice on practical parental controls and ways to supervise children online. There are also guides on social media to help adults understand the features of new apps. However, there are also articles that focus on starting a conversation about online safety and more difficult topics such as ‘nude selfies’ and sex and relationships. This part of the site also has advice on where to get further help if a parent is concerned. The area is split into sections that focus on prevention and areas that are more focused on reacting to an incident that may have already happened. Depending on the parent and situation, either section can be very useful. There is content available for both primary and secondary aged pupils.
Click on this link to direct parents to the Thinkuknow resources that they can use with their children at home https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Listing/?cat=208&ref=35432
This includes the most recent resource: Play, like share which is aimed at 8-10s.
|HSCB - Staying Safe Online Booklet v1||[pdf 796KB]|
|Keeping your children safe online||[pdf 87KB]|