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Online Safety Guidance

The internet for many parents can be a daunting place but to our children it is a necessity of life. Access to the internet has never been so vast and continues to spread with the increasing popularity of tablets devices and access through mobile phones. To support you in protecting your child on line there are some useful links below to sites with tips and guidance:

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Parent Online Safety Newsletters: Summer Term 2023

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Parent Information

Parent’s Guide to Tech: From laptops to mobile phones to smart TVs, this link will give you lots of guidance and help in choosing what to purchase and what you need to be aware of:

Fortnite: Fortnite continues to remain ever popular with nearly 250 million players! Fortnite is rated PEGI 12 for frequent mild violence which means it is not suitable for persons under 12 years of age. The following links will provide you with further information about this game:

YouTube: Does your child use YouTube?  Here are some hints and tips on how to keep them safe whilst using it:

Helplines: There are many organisations set up to provide you or your child with advice should you need it. Hereare just some of the organisations that can help you:

ChildLine: Call 0800 1111
NSPCC: Call 0808 800 5000
Samaritans: Call 116 123
Bullying UK: Call 0808 800 2222

Social Media

You can find some practical guidance for parents and carers whose children are using social media by clicking here.

Facebook is the most popular Social Networking site on the internet.  It was launched in 2004 and has an estimated 1.94 billion users.  You can find more information about how to protect yourself online, how to report issues and how to deactivate your account here.

Instagram is a photograph and video sharing application and is particularly popular with children and teenagers.  For further guidance of how you can stay safe when using Instagram, how to report any issues or how to deactivate your account click here.

TikTok is a free social media platform that lets users create, share and watch short videos ranging anywhere from 15 seconds to 10 minutes in duration.

Snapchat is a messenger app that allows you to send photos, videos, text and drawings.  The unique feature of Snapchat is that the message only stays on the recipient’s phone for a matter of seconds.

Whatsapp is a free messenger app that enables users to send messages, images, video and audio using the internet and is popular amongst children.  Further information on how to restrict access to whatsapp can be found here.

Where to report?

Report Harmful Content: Reporting centre designed to assist everyone in reporting harmful content online.

Internet Watch Foundation: You can report sexual images of under 18s online directly to the Internet Watch Foundation.

CEOP: If you are worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating online. 

Safer Internet Day 2023

The video below is about Safer Internet Day 2023 in partnership with LFC football club. Some of our pupils attended the event and feature on the video.

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