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E-Safety Information

The film below is intended for 5-7 year olds and is age appropriate to help them to understand how to stay safe online:

The following film is for 8-10 year olds and helps them to understand why it is important to protect their personal information and be safe online:

Please use the following links below to improve your own understanding of E-Safety, and learn about what you can do to help work alongside your children to keep them safe online.

A guide to Instagram

A guide to Instagram.

Conversation Starter

Potential ways to start a conversation with your child about their online safety, and more information besides

Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is real and could happen to your child. Find out more about it here.

Family Agreement

Download a ‘Family Agreement’ to help everyone at home stay safe online.

Internet Matters

User friendly site to help you understand more about the internet and keeping your children safe.

iPad Parental Controls (recommended)

Click to see a walkthrough of the recommended settings for an iPad that may be accessible to primary age children.

Minecraft – A parent’s guide

Tips and advice for keeping children safe on Minecraft - if you don’t know your creepers from your grief­ers, that’s okay. This guide is designed to help you keep children safe from the risks they might face.

Parenting in the Digital Age

Being a parent in the Digital Age – online magazine with a range of information

Share Aware

General guidance and information from the NSPCC to support you to help your child stay safe on social networks, apps and games.

The Underwear Rule

Simple and effective advice from the NSPCC to support your conversations with your child to help keep them safe from abuse.

Thinkuknow for Parents

Detailed information website about e-safety for parents.