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In school:

 

  • We only use the internet with adult supervision

  • We report any unpleasant internet content to an adult

  • We follow the SMART rules:

 
 

Safe – Be safe with personal information

Meeting – Only meet people with your parents’ permission

Accept – Only accept messages from people you know

Reliable – Check information you are given online

Tell – Tell an adult if you feel worried

 

Gooseberry planet is our online e-safety teaching tool for teachers, pupils and parents/carers. Please find below a parental information leaflet including a site link.

Are you aware of the amount of screen time your child spends per week?

Too much screen time can cause physical, social and mental problems.

 

Below is a National Online Safety (NOS) poster that is designed to help you review your child's screen habits (and possibly your own, too).

 

We suggest that you do this together, discuss what makes and keeps screen time healthy and agree any actions for improvement where necessary.

National Online Safety - Screen Addiction

 These are some of the websites offering advice for parents and carers:

 

Internet MattersInternet Matters

 

Tips on how to stay safe and a step-by-step guide for setting parental controls for internet service providers.

Parent Zone

 

 Provides information on digital family life including a section on online gaming.

CEOPCEOP Child Exploitation and Online Protection command

 

Advice on how to report online abuse.

Think You KnowThink You Know

 

A useful access point for a variety of sites supporting e-safety. Linked to CEOP.

Childnet internationalChildnet international

 

A good starting point for a range of informative and helpful pages including online etiquette and Snap Map.

UK Safer Internet CentreUK Safer Internet Centre

 

Online safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.

 NSPCC Net Aware

 

Includes a fact file on the most popular social networks and an optional newsletter for updates on them.

NSPCC Share AwareNSPCC Share Aware

 

Encourages families to talk about the risks of shared content .

   

 

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