Electronic equipment and the internet are part of everyday life now. This means that it is essential for adults and children alike, to know how to use and enjoy today’s technology safely.
The first half term of this school year, all children have been really thinking about esafety.
Internet safety is not just about using a computer. It covers anything you can use to communicate with. Mobile phones, tablets, ipods, kindles, game concoles and even TVs, are all electronic equipment covered by esafety.
Links and Reminders
Below you will find useful links to some of the sites the children have been looking at.
On this site you will find advice and information about the sort of things your child is doing on the internet, risks, keeping your child safe and much more!
Here you will find information, games and activities linked to Jessie and friends.
• Always ask a grown up before you use the internet.
• Don’t tell anyone on-line private details about yourself or your family.
• Do not send or publish pictures of yourself or family on websites without your parents’ permission.
• Always tell a grown up if you are scared or unhappy by anything you see on the computer.
Keep your personal stuff private and think about what you say and do online.
Block people who send you nasty messages, and don’t open unknown links and attachments.
Flag up with someone you trust if anything upsets you or if someone asks to meet you offline.