E-safety of Our Pupils
We teach all of our children to be S.M.A.R.T. in staying safe online:
S for SAFE: [video link]
M for MEET: [video link]
A for ACCEPTING: [video link]
R for RELIABLE: [video link]
T for TELL: [video link]
There are lots of e-safety websites and resources out there but here's a few we like to share with our children to keep them sharp online.
NSPCC Net Aware - Social Media advice for parents and https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/ - both of these websites, created by the NSPCC, have valuable information for parents.
Childnet.com - This website has a multitude of activities and advice to help you keep your children safe online. There are sections for children to use themselves and also an area with advice and guidance for parents and carers.
ThinkUKnow - e-safety games for kids on a theme!
ThinkUKnow for Parents (Primary and Secondary)- guidance for parents of primary and secondary age children.
Government advice on Child online Safety
Childline – staying safe online
To make a report if you have suspicions about someone has be communicating online, you can use the CEOPS (Child Exploitation and Online Prevention command): https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Recent trends have shown an increase in Hate crimes being committed using online tools and sites such as social media. If you or your family have been a victim of a hate crime (online or otherwise), or are curious to learn more on this subject, then the Gloucestershire Constabulary can be contacted using the link below.