Content - Are the things you are doing appropriate?
Conduct - Are you behaving in the right way online?
Contact - Do you know who you are talking to?
We promote the safe use of information technology to the whole school community in a variety of ways
All pupils sign up to our information technology pupil user agreement and we urge our pupils to keep to the following rules when using social networking sites outside of school to keep themselves safe:
- Always keep your profile private
- Never accept friends you don’t know in real life
- Never post anything which could reveal your identity
- Never post anything you wouldn’t want your parents to see
- Never agree to meet somebody you only know online without telling a trusted adult
- Always tell someone if you feel threatened or someone upsets you
Mr. Chantler is the school
For more information about how to be e-safe please visit CEOP's www.thinkuknow.co.uk
Visit CEOP to report inappropriate online behaviour https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
To children, online friends are real friends. Online life is real life. There's no distinction. Parents and families understand the dangers children face in everyday life, from being careful when crossing the road to not talking to strangers. But keeping children safe online can sometimes seem much harder. This needs to change.
That's why the NSPCC has joined forces with O2 Together. They want to get every family in the UK to talk about and understand their child's online world, just as they would their day at school. They want to bring parents and children together, to explore, create and play in the online world.
Expert advice will be available through the NSPCC website, a new online safety helpline for parents and from trained staff in O2 stores. They will also be putting on huge events for parents and kids all over the UK. And if you’re ever worried about something, you can always call the online safety helpline on 0808 8005002. Sometimes it’s easier to talk things through. The following website link is very helpful: http://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/