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Online Safety

Useful Links

 

Click on the pictures below to be taken to the websites. They have useful videos and activities to share with your children.

 

 

 

 

NSPCC Leaflet for Online Safety

 

 

 

Helpful eBook from Norton about Internet Safety

 

 

 

Children, ICT & E-Safety

 

 

Supporting Children Online

 

 

 

Cyberbullying Guide for Parents by WizCase

 

 

If your child is being cyber bullied, then you can follow these steps.

  1. Talk to your child and give them some extra attention. Make sure to let them know they have done nothing wrong.
  2. Listen to your child to understand the situation. This has been identified by children and young adults as the thing that helps the most. And the more people they can talk to, the better.
  3. Collect as much information as you can and then talk to teachers and parents. Do not act rashly, try to understand the situation better. Now that the situation is being looked at, it will most likely get resolved.
  4. Give the situation a few weeks to resolve. In rare cases, the teacher and parent may not be helpful. If this is the case, then moving the child to a different school may be the only option, with a more friendly and proactive approach towards the issue. There are few things as toxic as bullying to the health and wellbeing of a child or teenager.

 

  To find out more information, click here to read 'A Comprehensive Cyberbullying Guide for Parents' in full.

 

 

 

Sensible Screen Time

 

 

 

 

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