E Safety for Parents
The internet is a tremendous resource for learning, leisure and interacting with other people. But there are potential risks that we all need to be aware of to ensure we can help children and young people stay safe online.
The following links are to recommended websites and resources (external links):
UK Safer Internet Centre - Resources, Advice and a free Helpine
CEOP (Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre) - Police lead website providing support and advice (for children, parents and professionals) in relation to online threats.
Whether you're a parent, worried about a child you know or work with children as part of your job, we all have a part to play in keeping them safe. Find out more about the types of child abuse, how to look out for a child's safety, the child protection system and the latest research and resources in child protection.
Here is a document that explains about all the different social media apps that children may have access to;
Staying safe online - information for parents and carers
The LSCB has carried out an online consultation with a sample of parents and carers to find out more about keeping their children safe online. Many parents who completed the survey (88%) said they wanted to be better informed about e-safety. Of these 91% said there preferred information source was via their child's school.
Here are 4 Tips to help you stay safer online.
Digital technologies have become integral to the lives of children and young people,both within schools and outside school. These technologies provide powerful tools, which open up new opportunities for everyone. They can stimulate discussion, promote creativity and stimulate awareness of context to promote effective learning. Young people should have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times. As parents you play a vital role ensuring that children have safe internet access. Below we have included links to different websites that can help support you in achieving this for your children.