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At The Arches Community Primary School the safety of our pupils is paramount. The safety of our pupils when working online is of particular importance. The safe use of the internet is imbedded throughout our curriculum and addressed during whole school and class assemblies.

The Internet is an amazing tool which has changed all our lives but especially our children's. For parents and carers it has opened up a whole need world of things to be aware of. The following links our excellent teaching tools to support the safe use of the internet.

Keep up to date with e-safety by looking at the online information pages: E-safety News & Information Widget.

 

YouTube: 

Did you know that YouTube is one of the most popular online destinations for children to watch content, with around three quarters of those aged 5-15 using the video site? YouTube is a platform that allows users to upload and share videos worldwide. This means that your child may be exposed to any user uploaded content from anywhere in the world.  Keep your child safer by watching the following guide which outlines features such as restricted mode and disabling autoplay.  Watch Now!

 

For Foundation and KeyStage 1 Pupils

Click on this link to visit Hector's World. Children will learn about safety on the internet and what happens if they give out personal information.

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/5_7/hectorsworld/

For Key Stage 2 Pupils

An interactive resource which allows Key Stage 2 children to learn about the dangers of emails and chat rooms. Children can help Sam make the correct decisions on the internet.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/cybercafe/

Parents

We recognise the value of parent support in reinforcing these important messages. Please download our e-safety policy for more information or to the view the rules we share in school.

For more information please visit the CEOP thinkuknow website.

 

If you require any futher information please see the link below:

 

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/
http://https://www.e-safetysupport.com/newslinks/latest

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