Online safety for parents
Children being inquisitive and taking risks are natural parts of growing up. However, technology is changing the way young people can do this.
Below is information to help parents support their children to be safe online. Much of the information was taken from CEOP – guidance for parents (www.thinkuknow.co.uk). This website gives advice on dealing with a range of issues affecting young people such as stalking, sending nudes and maintaining healthy online friendships.
We ask that you consult with the school if you have any concerns about your children’s and others’ use of technology. We also ask that you promote positive online safety and model safe, responsible and positive behaviours in your own use of technology, including social media. This includes not sharing other’s images or details without permission and refraining from posting negative, threatening or violent comments about others, including the school staff, volunteers, governors, contractors, pupils or other parents/carers.