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Internet Safety

E-SAFETY FOR KIDS - STAY SAFE ONLINE!

 

Firstly, remember the SMART rules!

 

 

Our E-Safety Squad have been designing presentations wot help you to remember how to"STAY SAFE ONLINE".

 

Click on the links below to find out more!

E-Safety Advice for Parents

 

Click here for the Digital Parenting Magazine (Issue 5)

Net Aware social media guide for parents from NSPCC

The NSPCC has launched an updated Net Aware site for parents and carers. The site, run in partnership with O2 and informed by 1,696 children and young people and 674 parents and carers, includes tips showing how to help your child block or report someone targeting them and a guide to 39 of the most popular social media sites, apps and games used by children and young people including information about new apps like Pokemon Go, Periscope, IMVU, and Live.ly. ESAS have suggested you might share the link below with parents through your school's website, newsletter etc.


https://www.net-aware.org.uk/
 

360 Degree Safe
SWGfL,partners in the UK Safer Internet Centre, has unveiled a new-look to its award-winning online safety tool. The 360 degree safe self review tool, now used by more than 10,000 schools, is free to use and intended to help schools review their online safety policy and practice. It provides:

 

  • Information that can influence the production or review of online safety policies and develop good practice.
  • A process for identifying strengths and weaknesses.
  • Opportunities for commitment and involvement from the whole school.
  • A continuum for schools to discuss how they might move from a basic level provision for online safety to practice that is aspirational and innovative.

 

The tool has undergone a major upgrade and the improvements will make it more secure, reliable and even easier for schools to use to manage their online safety. It also offers an accreditation scheme. Find out more athttps://360safe.org.uk/Overview

Gallery Guardian App

This has been recommended by ESAS, please pass on to parents.

The Gallery Guardian looks at every picture your child takes or receives on their smartphone. Using a specially designed image recognition algorithm, Gallery Guardian automatically detects if the image includes nudity or not. In the unfortunate event an image contains something inappropriate, the app alerts you on your smartphone without disclosing or storing the image in question. For further information visit the website :

https://www.galleryguardian.co.uk/

Gooseberry Planet

Keeping Children Safe Online - this website has been recommended by the Aylesbury area:

http://gooseberryplanet.com/

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