PARENT GUIDANCE FOR Online SAFETY
Parents should be clearly aware of the school’s policy of access to social networking sites. Where a disclosure of bullying is made, schools now have the duty to investigate and protect, even where the bullying originates outside the school. Parents must also understand that they are responsible for access to technology outside of school, if issues arise parents must review their home security and access to technology.
Safer Internet Day 2024 Parents Online Safety Session
As in previous years, we plan to participate in Online Safety Day 2024, as part of our continued commitment to keeping our children safe online. The aim of these sessions is to provide practical advice and tips to help parents manage their children's time online and make it as safe and enjoyable as possible. The session will touch on the following areas:
• How your child learns about Online Safety in school
• Safe settings, controls and management
• Where to go to find out about apps and games your children use/play
• Managing Screen Time
• Help and Reporting
Resources used during the session will be shared so attendees can access them at home when needed.
Save the date - more information to follow.
Parents Online Safety Session 2022/2023
For those Parents and Carers unable to join last year's session below is a pre-recorded version for you to watch. We have also turned the presentation in to a PDF so that you can access all the resources discussed in the session.
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