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  • Child safety on TikTok: parent factsheet

    Published 05/02/19, by Peter Cresswell

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  • In-game chat: How to keep children safe

    Published 24/01/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Video games are among the most — if not THE most — popular entertainment medium for young people, and children are graduating to online gaming at ever earlier ages. With voice chat, online games like Fortnite and FIFA are evolving into social spaces where children meet with their friends — and make new ones.

    It can be great fun - but it's important that parents are aware how to manage the associated risks. Have a read of our latest advice for parents on how to keep their children safe when using in-game chat functions.

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  • Digital Parenting

    Published 10/01/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Click below to read more about digital parenting....

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  • Digital PArenting MAgazine

    Published 14/12/18, by Padraig McKenna
    We have sent home a copy of Digital Parenting with children in our Y3-6 classes. These (free) magazines are produced by the Vodafone Foundation and are intended to help parents understand how their children are communicating electronically and wha
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  • Be Internet Legends!

    Published 20/11/18, by Peter Cresswell

    On Friday 23rd of November, our older children will have a  special assembly about the concept of being Internet Legends!

    The whole of Keystage 2 will be participating in this assembly so we will keep you posted about what we find out - in the meantime, take a look at this video for an introduction from the Be Internet Legends team.

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  • What my parents don't know about safeguarding is....

    Published 13/10/18, by Peter Cresswell

    The statements below, about the use of social media, were compiled anonymously by the children of Year 5 & 6 at a local Primary School. They make for interesting reading...

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  • Stranger Danger

    Published 19/09/18, by Peter Cresswell

    One of our local schools has received reports from two parents about a white Audi following a secondary aged pupil home from school. The Police are aware.  We don't wish to alarm you, but it is important to let you know so that you can remind your children about 'Stranger Danger'. We often remind the children in school about it. Please click on this link and scroll down for more information:

    http://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/staying-safe-away-from-home/

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  • Talking to your child about staying safe online

    Published 07/05/18, by Peter Cresswell

    Talking to your child – openly, and regularly – is the best way to help keep them safe online.

    You might find it helpful to start with a family discussion to set boundaries and agree what's appropriate. Or you might need a more specific conversation about an app or website your child wants to use or something you're worried about.

    If you're not sure where to start then here's the advice you need – great ways to begin conversations to keep your child safe online - CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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