This page is filled with lots of information to support children trying to make sense of the increasingly digital world we find ourselves in. You will find newsletters, articles and web links that will provide you with relevant, up-to-date information and useful tips.
While these documents provide excellent guidance, the most effective way of ensuring your child’s safety is still to talk to them openly and honestly about their lives online. Giving your child a safe space to talk about their experiences and mistakes, without judgement, will give you the opportunity to guide them on their journey to becoming a safe user of the internet.
Mrs Cairns is our Online Safety coordinator, however she is supported by all members of the safeguarding team.
If you have specific concerns about someone who has acted inappropriately towards your child online, you can report it to CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) by clicking this link.
Further information on safeguarding and keeping children safe in education can be found here.
Virgin Media Children's Online Safety Test
Virgin Media have created a useful guide to help you keep your children safe while they are online, whether they are learning, playing or chatting with friends. Click here to see it.
Ofcom Media Use and Attitudes Report 2022
The NSPCC has some great resources to support parents teaching their children about online safety, including how to start those all important conversations. Below you will find their top tips, but for more resources visit their website.
The guides below have been created by National Online Safety with the purpose of summarising key information for parents.
For more advice on key social media platforms and apps, The UK Safer Internet Centre has created these useful guides.
Please note that all articles within this web feed are from external sources and not from Mosborough Primary School.