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e-Safety

Children at the Primary Academy use the internet regularly as part of their learning.
In school, e-Safety education is considered essential to ensure children and adults remain safe and in control when online, whether at school, at home or while using mobile technology. E-safety education is on-going throughout the curriculum and takes into account the different abilities of all members of the school and is reinforced with displays, e-safety days and assemblies.
We believe it is important that e-Safety is also reinforced at home, here are some links and tips to help you keep your children safe online:

 

think you know  The Think U Know Website provides information for children, carers and teachers.
iwf The Internet Watch Foundation is the UK hotline for reporting illegal online content.
Kid Smart Learn more about the internet & being a SMART surfer here.
ceop The Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/sexting/

 

Advice for parents regarding sexting.