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Mayespark Primary School

Mayespark Primary School

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Online Safety

Help your child stay safe online

The internet is an exciting and informative tool for both parents and children. It helps us keep in touch with relatives who live far away, watch catch up TV, find lots of useful information, book holidays or even buy the weekly groceries.

However, there are risks that parents need to be aware of and know how to manage. Your child will be taught how to stay safe online in school, through lessons, using DB Primary and assemblies.

If you would like to know more:

Internet SafetyClick here for a leaflet which looks briefly at the new technologies, raises awareness of some of the risks and gives you ideas on how to keep your family safe.

 

 


ThinkuKnow Think u You KnowOr visit the ThinkUKnow website at thinkuknow.co.uk. All the information here is brought to you by the team at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.

 

Do you know which online games are suitable for your children?

You may be unaware that online games have age restrictions and are unsuitable for primary age children.

Click  here to see the age limits for many online games.          

Report 

Many social networking and game sites have ways to report inappropriate behaviour and comments. If you are unable to report it through the website, you can report it using:

     Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

      Childnet International report information.

 

       Online advice from Childline.

 

       Details about the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).