Computing

Safer Internet

All pupils in school have been exploring being safer on line and hoe they need to act and react. The key message is:

 

Create, Connect and Share Respect- A better internet starts with you

 

This year’s theme has been chosen as the global Safer Internet Day theme by the Insafe

network as it reflects the importance of all stakeholders of the internet in effecting

positive change. This change can come from individuals, schools/colleges, organisations,

law enforcement and the internet industry itself.

 

The theme encourages young people to work together to be positive, safe and respectful online. In the UK the campaign will particularly empower young people to take control of their digital wellbeing and explore the opportunities the internet has to offer in a positive way. The campaign encourages young people to consider how they interact with others to develop healthy online relationships.

Please see the resources below within the document section.

Supporting Parents.

With the vast number of different social media technologies, keeping our children safe on the internet is becoming increasingly important. We provide the students with lessons on eSafety at school in PSHE and ICT lessons. We would like to draw your attention to ways you can help keep your child safe with some advice and tips from the sites below. These sites are useful for parents/carers and pupils.


Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 1
http://www.vodafone.com/content/dam/vodafone/parents/images_2012/pdf/magazine/vodafone_digital_parenting_issue1_lo_res.pdf

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 2
http://asp-gb.secure-zone.net/v2/index.jsp?id=1134/2660/5747&lng=en

Vodafone Special Edition
http://asp-gb.secure-zone.net/v2/index.jsp?id=727/899/7415&lng=en

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 3
http://vodafonedigitalparenting.co.uk/issue-3/

Vodafone Digital Parenting Issue 4
http://vodafonedigitalparenting.co.uk/
 

Internet Matters
http://www.internetmatters.org/

 

Child net
http://www.childnet.com/

Parents Protect- cyberbullying

http://www.parentsprotect.co.uk/cyberbullying.htm

Young Minds

http://www.youngminds.org.uk/for_parents/worried_about_your_child/bullying?gclid=CP2gyJfDsboCFUt72wodrnEApg

 

Cyberbullying
http://www.bullying.co.uk/cyberbullying/