E-Safety

Pupils at St Paul's often use the internet as part of their learning, and have regular lessons on e-safety tohelp them know how to keep safe online. Pupils in school are always supervised while using the internet.

We realise that this close supervision of internet use is musch harder to do at home so here are some useful sites to help.The ones for children have great activities and games for them to do which reinforce those important e-safety messages. The sites and guides for parents have helpful advice for how you can keep your children safe when they are using the internet at home.

For children:

      kidsmart      McGruff      UK Safer Internet Centre
NetSmartzKids Online Safety Quiz Safe Surfing with Doug ThinkUKnow

 

For parents:

Useful Websites:

ThinkUKnow - useful section for parents and carers

Bullying UK - section on cyber-bullying

KidScape - an organisation with advice on preventing bullying and child abuse

UK Safer Internet Centre - helpful section for parents and carers

Vodafone Digital Parenting - information for parents about e-safety issues

 

Useful Parent Guides (Click to download):

General Internet Safety   |   Social Networking   |   Facebook   |   SnapChat   |   Twitter   |   Instagram

 

Advice on Parental Control Tools:

Childnet International - includes practical guides for setting up controls

ThinkUKnow - advice about internet service providers and parental controls

Kidsmart - advice about controls on different devices