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Enabling children to flourish and succeed

E-Safety

In the world of digital media, it is vitally important that we teach our children how to stay safe when they are using the internet- both in school and when at home.  Similarly, we appreciate that the rapid advances in technology means that adults need as much up-to-date, relevant information too. We endeavour to support parents through sending home regular updates in newsletters or leaflets and posts on our digital platforms including here.

 

Please refer to this regularly and let us know if there's a new App or game that the children are engaging with that may need us to check out. Safeguarding is everyone's business so if you have any concerns that a child you know may be at risk because of their internet use, please report it to the Head of School or directly to the First Response Children's Duty Team: 0116 3050005 / childrensduty@leics.gov.uk

 

Things you need to know

 

Children are taught how to report concerns or worries they have when using the internet. They are familiar with the following phase:

 

Important E-Safety Messages for Parents

Keep your child safe on Fortnite

 

You may be familiar with the popular video game Fortnite, the online shooter game. While it’s not automatically dangerous, it does carry some risks.

 

Please download the factsheet below to help you keep your child safe on Fortnite. It will help you to feel more informed, decide whether you’re happy for your child to play the game, and learn how to set up parental controls.

Keep your child safe on YouTube

Letter to all families

Online safety guide for parents

Simon Genders, Safeguarding and Development Officer at Leicestershire County Council presents a short awareness video for parents on online safety, outlining...

Useful Links

 

An interactive game for 8-10 yr olds

E-Safety Tips for Parents: Under 5

E-Safety Tips for Parents: 6-10

E-Safety Tips for Parents: 11-13

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