E-safety Advice

There is a wealth of resources online to help you find out more about how to help protect your child online. Here are some helpful links:

Excellent advice on all aspects of online safety here:
Vodafone Digital Parenting Checklist

A useful leaflet that provided some key facts about the dangers that young people face when online and ways to protect your son/daughter.
The leaflet also highlights some of the negative effects that too much screen time can have on a child's health and their education.

Vodafone also publish a regular magazine with updates and information on internet safety. Please click here to download the latest issue.

The UK Safer Internet has an online guide for parents regarding internet safety. Please click here to go to the page.

There is also a blog advising you of what to do if your child sees something upsetting online. Please click here to go to that page.

National Online Safety provide useful information for parents and carers on how to lock down different networks and guides which are app specific so you are fully aware of what your son/daughter has access to.

The government also produce advice on internet safety that is very thorough. This is aimed at parents and young people: (CEOP) website: www.thinkyouknow.co.uk

This website answers common questions like:

  • What is my child doing online?
  • How do I talk to my child about what they are doing online?
  • What risks might my child face?
  • What tools are there to keep my child safe?

Here are some useful sites with advice for parents:

ParentInfo - From CEOP and Parent Zone

There are also free apps that parents can use to control internet access on their children’s mobile devices:
Mobicip Safe Browser With Parental Control (Apple Devices)
Mobicip Safe Browser with Parental Control (Android Devices)

Please look at your son/daughter’s computer to ensure everything on there is appropriate by checking the contents of this poster. Please click here to view the poster.

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