The Internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s, and for parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of, such as social media, forums, cyber-bullying and inappropriate websites.
E-safety is one of our key priorities for ensuring our children stay safe at school but they are also some useful resources and tips to help parents keep their child safe online.
Please take the time to access the information contained here on YouTube. It is becoming very popular with primary aged children. Whilst YouTube is an amazing resource sometimes you are only a click away from age-inappropriate material. We hope that the information below will help you to make informed decisions regarding the safe use of YouTube for your family.
Most social media sites are aimed at children beyond the primary age group. The following document is a brochure to highlight and inform adults about the risks and strategies around protecting children. Click Here to find out more.
Below are a list of resources and websites for you to access.
General e-safety guidance for parents:
Factsheets for parents:
- Grooming Factsheet
- Inappropriate Websites Factsheet
- Staying Safe on Social Media
- Parents and Carers Checklist
- Musical.ly Factsheet
- Instagram Factsheet
Top tips for parents:
Safer Internet Day is Tuesday 7th February 2017. For more information please follow the link below.