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E-Safety Message and Tips from West Midlands Police.
Are you worried about e-safety at home?
Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube have a minimum age of 13! No one under the age of 13 should have an account. Another fact not a lot of people realise; if your child has a google account, they also have a YouTube account and are able to upload videos.
Please contact us for any advice or questions you may have.
Click here to see our step by step guide on installing free versions of Anti-Virus on your home computers.
Online Safeguarding at Home
Would you like to keep track of what your children are visiting on the internet and help protect them from the online dangers? There are numerous internet filtering programs out there for you to choose from but we’ve researched a few and can recommend the ones below. If you want more information, click on the links:
E-Safety surveys are a great way for us to increase safeguarding at our school and ensure we deliver the correct amount of time and resources where it’s needed most. Please complete the Parent e-safety survey below:
Please click here for the Parent E-Safety survey
We also need to know more about our pupils’ online habits at home, below you will find our survey for KS2 pupils:
Please click here for the KS2 E-Safety survey
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