E-Safety

Online Safety Team

 

Esafety Team

Welcome to our Online Safety Team. We are a newly formed team set up to look at online safety for pupils, staff and parents. Over the coming weeks and months you will see information, resources and helpful tips appear on this page. You will also see a raising of the profile of E-Safety throughout the academy. It’s an area we are passionate about as the appropriate use of technology can make a huge difference to all of us in our day to day lives. We are committed to ensuring that everyone is aware of how to use all forms of technology safely.

To get started please click on the link below which will take you to a website called ThinkUknow. It is a brilliant national website and has many resources and much advice.

ThinkUKnow

Message from Thinkuknow:

Children are using technology at a younger age; as such Thinkuknow are developing a new resource to help educate 4-7 year olds about staying safe online. As professionals who work with this age group, we would like to hear your views.

Thank you for completing this survey – we value your time and input.

ThinkUKnow Survey

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ADVICE BEFORE PURCHASING CONSOLE GAMES FOR CHRISTMAS?

Parentzone has published advice and guidance including short video clips:

Choosing right console games
Visit:

Ask about games

Where families can make sense of video games and where parents/carers can access a wide range of information and advice about online safety for families:

Playing safe online

LOOKING FOR HELP WITH SOCIAL MEDIA SETTINGS?

Visit the UK Safer Internet Centre to find out about the safety features on a number of sites including:
YouTube
WhatsApp
Twitter
Tumblr

Social Media Settings

PURCHASING AN iPAD/iPHONE FOR YOUR CHILD AT CHRISTMAS?

The following advice from Apple should help you in setting up an Apple ID. We would recommend not using full name when setting up the account.

Apple Support

Parental settings for iPhone can be found at:

Parental Control Settings

The following links provide excellent advice for parents and they are constantly updated!

Interactive Parent Controls Help

NSPCC/02 Helpline

For further help you can contact the NSPCC/02 Helpline

The number is 08088 005002