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Online Safety 






NSPCC launches new information for their #shareaware campaign - NEW!
It can be hard to keep track of what your child is doing on social networks, apps and games. Or know how to keep them safe, that's why the NSPCC have updated their #Shareaware campaign with new resources to help parents and carers 'untangle' the online world and to help all families to be 'Share Aware'.

The campaign focuses on the need to talk to children about  online safety, much like we do "real" world safety such as crossing the road, bullying and speaking to strangers.

(The picture link above takes you to the NSPCC #shareaware video and website.)


More resources...



Information from CEOP & Parent Zone.


As a school eSafety is paramount to the way we deliver our teaching and learning and to the welfare of all our children and staff. We already have a formal  OnlineSafety Policy  and on this webpage we provide links to a wide range of information that is freely available to support you in keeping your children safe online.




Be Safe Be Smart online





Kent County Council are promoting the new online safety initiative that has been developed by Childnet. Updated in time for the new academic year, Captain Kara and her new SMART Crew give advice on how to stay SMART online. The Adventures of Captain Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew are a series of videos created by Childnet to guide KS2 children through 5 key online safety rules. The videos include a real life SMART Crew of young people, updated in this latest edition, who help the cartoon characters make safe online decisions during their quest. The Captain Kara cartoons cover a wide range of e-safety issues that are relevant to the lives of 7-11 year olds. With new supporting resources, including a quiz and print-out activities, Childnet’s hugely popular resource is given a refresh for 2016.The “Adventures of Captain Kara” film is broken down into 5 sections, each covering a different online safety issue.


Why do we need Online Safety?


Children and young people now spend a lot of time online – and it can be a great way for them to find out information needed for homework. But children also face online risks such cyberbullying or seeing content that is inappropriate. That's why it's important for them and their parents and carers to know how to keep safe online.


Whether you're unsure about what happens online or are up to speed with new technology, it's important that you talk regularly with your child about staying safe and that you are also aware of what they are doing online. It may feel daunting, but you don't need to be an expert on the internet. Understanding what children do online and the risks they face will help you keep your child safe online.


The following links provide useful information and tips about online safety, both for parents and carers and for staff who work with children.


Useful Links




 CEOP now have a very helpful website that has lots of new information for parents

and carers, please use the link below


Finally, a key thing to remember when using any social media - Anything you ever posted, emailed, Twittered, Facebooked, Youtubed, MySpaced, LinkedIn’d, Messengered, Tindered, Snapchatted, Bebo’d, Whatsapp’d, etc, etc is all there out in cyberspace – and therefore is 'accessible' forever. But not just by you!!