e-Safety

At All Saints CEVA Primary School we hold children’s safety as our highest priority. This is why we take the matter of e-Safety very seriously and employ an extensive e-Safety programme. We seek to ensure that children across the school become increasingly aware of how to keep themselves safe on-line, protect their identity, recognise cyber-bullying and what to do about it. For more details read our e-Safety policy.

Starting in 2017 we are holding e-Safety cafes for parents and their children so everyone can learn about e-safety issues together. Our first e-Safety cafe was a great success. However, if you were unable to attend here is the slideshow we used to give you an idea of the content:

Here are a few websites we would like to sign-post you to so that you are better informed and armed with the resources you need to integrate e-Safety into your households.

Think You Knowthinkuknow logo is a comprehensive website with a wide range of e-Safety resources relevant to children from age 5 to 14+ with fun, interactive activities and videos. There is also a parents area with some great ideas on how to approach e-Safety with your children.

CIS-master-logo-fullChild Internet Safety is aimed at providing practical e-Safety tips for parents. You can also subscribe to a free e-Safety digital magazine or ‘e-zine’ which is packed with advice and keeps you up to date with current issues.

ChildnetChildnet International is another useful site which provides lots of useful resources for both children and parents designed to be both fun and informative.

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Qustodio is a really useful way of monitoring and controlling how your children use their devices.

 

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Digital Parenting Magazine is free to download or read online and is full of useful information for parents.

 

You may also like to consider having a family agreement for device and Internet use at home. Follow these links for Family Agreement Advice and a Family Agreement Template.

We hope you will take some time to explore these resources and think about how you will approach e-Safety at home.

We would love to hear about what you have been doing about e-Safety at home with your families. If you could take a few minutes to fill out the feedback form below and let us know what you have used, what has worked/ not worked so well or if you have any questions we would be very grateful.