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E-Safety

Our children are continuously reminded about how to stay safe on the Internet and how to seek help and advice if they require it. The following links will help both parents and children with e-safety advice and guidance.

The online world is rapidly developing and many of our children now have access to devices which enable them to connect to the Internet, take images or video and communicate with others. While it is important not to obstruct them from developing skills from using these devices, it is essential that parents support their children in navigating the online world.

 

E-safety tips for parents: Under 5

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E-safety tips for parents: Under 6-10

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E-safety tips for parents: Under 11 - 13

 

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Information for parents/carers 

Internet Matters is a website for parents/carers that offers advice on how to keep your children safe online. The site is full of useful advice for parents of children up the age of 18. The link below takes you to their parent leaflet page which contents free resources on social media, screen time, cyberbullying and many other topics. 

NSPCC - The charities' website offers advice on how to talk to your children about issues that relate to E-safety. They also have a helpline which can offer advice on specific issues you may be experiencing. 

South West Grid for Learning -  Another charity that offers advice to parents and teacher about the most recent E-safety advice. They have a useful newsletter that parents can sign up for. 

The National Crime Agency's CEOP Education team aim to help protect children and young people from online child abuse. They do this through the CEOP Education Programme which provides training, resources and information for children and young people, their families and those who work with them. Explore our website for more.

 

 

 

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Barrs Court Primary School
Stephens Drive, Longwell Green, Bristol, BS30 7JB

01454 867799