E-Safety is an important part of keeping children safe at All Saints'.
We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online. Below we have listed some useful websites for Parents.
- 'Share Aware' is advice from the NSPCC on keeping your children safe online.
- 'Thinkuknow' is an education programme set up by for parents by the National Crime Agency’s CEOP. Command on keeping your children safe online.
- 'Get Safe Online' offers advice by a child's age group how to protect them and their devices phone, computer, tablet, gaming console when online.
- Parent Zone- games, app and tech A guide for parents on keeping your children safe when using games and apps.
- A good Guide for parents is Childnet.
- BBC has really helpful videos for parents to show children. A BBC guide about being safe online
- What is child abuse? NSPCC Safety Guide.
- Your guide to apps, games and social media sites - by Net-Aware.
- Games, apps and tech articles - Information for Parents.
- 6 apps every parent should know about - a Parents Guide.
- The 5 digital parenting rules that really matter - a Parents Guide.
- What should kids know about Internet safety - on ParentsZone.
- Digital resilience - a Parents Guide.
- Parent safe- tips for keeping your children safe online
- Online Tutors Safeguarding guidance- Parent Guide