Learning how to use the internet safely and responsibly is part of our curriculum. Internet Matters and National Online Safety have published guidance for schools and families. We have selected some resources from these providers which you may find helpful wtalking to your children about online behaviour and safety at home.
|Digital Acceptable Use Policy March 2021.pdf||[pdf 671KB]|
Online Safety for Parents
This presentation for parents and carers, by Dan Hawbrook of the Lincolnshire Stay Safe Partnership, answers many questions about online safety for children.
Links to support services
We hope that you will find the links below helpful in ensuring children are safe when using the internet at home.
|Online safety at home|
|Activity pack from Thinkuknow|
|Video guides for online safety|
|Safety for children when online at home|
|Information about selfies|
|Guides for parents and carers on protecting children|
|Presentation for parents and carers|
|Online safety advice for families|
Please use the link above to access parent/carer advice and support for online issues.
This website is provided by Parentzone and NCA-CEOP and offers support for families in a digital world.
CEOP stands for Child exploitation and Online Protection command. Please use this link if you wish to find out more about reporting concerning online behaviour.
Thinkuknow is the education programme provided by the National Crime Agency - CEOP. This organisation protects children both online and offline.
Recent Updates - Spring 2021
Learn how to keep your child safe online by accessing these resources produced by the Safer Communities Service, Lincolnshire Country Council.
|YouTube Restricted Mode.pdf||[pdf 596KB]|
|Tik Tok privacy.pdf||[pdf 658KB]|
|Peer Pressure.pdf||[pdf 301KB]|
|PEGI Ratings.pdf||[pdf 603KB]|
|Online Bullying Support.pdf||[pdf 287KB]|
Online Bullying and Staying Safe - Support and Advice
National Safety Online and Internet Matters provide excellent support for families and schools. Here are some helpful documents that feature guidance for all. You can access more resources and information at:
Social Media and Gaming - Guides for Parents
Please find below some helpful resources from Internet Matters and National Online Safety.