E-Safety

 

The internet is an amazing tool, we just need to use it with care and guidance and ensure our children are fully informed.

Please click E-Safety Presentation to view our E-Safety Talk

 

Online safety is very important to all at Brooksward School. It is vitally important that children know how to stay safe online and access age suitable resources. 

 A crucial element of this is the conversation parents and teachers have with children regarding what they share online and who they share it with.  The NSPCC launched the 'Share Aware' Campaign which aims to provide straightforward, no-nonsense advice for parents of 8 to 12-year-old children and to get parents and children talking together about Internet Safety.

There is lots of useful advice on their website - the following link will take you straight there.

 

http://www.nspcc.org.uk/fighting-for-childhood/news-opinion/share-aware-campaign-launches/

 

https://www.internetmatters.org/ is another site containing lots of helpful advice for parents.

http://www.vodafone.com/content/digital-parenting.html#  Vodafone produce a digital parenting magazine which is full of information on cyber bullying, screen time, peer pressure and more.


Other very helpful websites that are great for both children and adults are

THINKUKNOW and CEOP.

 

Safer Internet Day 2017 

Brooksward along with other schools, youth groups, companies, charities and police services are uniting for a better internet on Safer Internet Day (7 February 2017). 

Safer Internet Day (#SID2017) is an annual celebration of the positive use of technology; a powerful way of raising awareness about online safety around the world.