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Internet Safety

Here at The Michael Syddall Church of England (Aided) Primary School, we take children's internet safety very seriously. We believe the internet provides us with a rich and diverse resource but must be treated responsibly and with great care. Children need to learn how to keep safe whilst using the Internet, understand the responsibility of becoming digitally active and how to access help should they need it.

 

We recommend sticking to some rules when using the internet, such as the ones which can be found HERE. We also recommend you consider your internet security settings if you have not already done so. Our e-safety policy is available on request and we are always here for support and advice.

 

Why children use social mediaWhy children use social media

Why children use social media - a practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media. Simply click the image to access the guide.

 

E-safety fact sheet for parents

 

Having an e-safety conversation with your child

Parent fact sheet

Conversation starters

Supporting Young People Online

Selfie-Cop

Selfie-Cop is a useful tool to help parents safeguard their children's online activities

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Selfie Cop FAQs

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