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With the Internet becoming very much a part of everyday life, it is vital that we, as a School and you as a parent/carer, keep our children safe online.
On this page there are links to websites that can give you lots of information to help you to protect your child online.

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

This site contains E-Safety information and resources for younger children. The 'Dongle the Rabbit' interactive cartoon explains the SMART rules in a fun way.

http://www.childnet.com/kia/primary/

Childnet's Know IT All for Primary Schools has been especially designed for primary school staff to help them understand important e-safety issues and how to help young pupils get the most out of the internet.

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

This website provides advice and resources on how to keep safe online. There are separate areas for teachers and trainers, parents, pupils aged 11-16, pupils aged 8-10 (Cybercafe) and for pupils aged 5-7 (Hector's World). The teacher area requires registration for use.
The pupil areas are open access. The TUK resources have been produced to help teach young people to stay safe online.
The resources have been developed largely with the direct help and advice from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre’s Youth Advisory Panel. There is also a facility on this website to 'Report Abuse.'

http://www.childline.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx

This section on the ChildLine website provides invaluable information for children and young people on keeping safe online. There is also a section with advice on what to do if they find themselves a victim of cyber bullying.

http://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

This link is on many child friendly sites as a button link and is where children can click to report problems.

www.getsafeonline.org     

This site helps parents and carers to keep up with and supervise children’s online activity and helps them to understand the risks and plan ahead before allowing children access to the internet.

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