Online Safety

We have collected together a range of materials to help parents understand social media and the risks these services pose for young people.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mr Clarke in school.

 

General Social Media Guidance

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CEOP

This video is about online grooming, narrated by a fictional character called ‘Sam’ who builds trust with his young victims.

CEOP have an excellent YouTube channel with lots of online safety advice: https://www.youtube.com/user/ceop

 

The UK Safer Internet Centre has put together an excellent set of resources to inform and help young people and parents use social media and technology safely.  We advise all parents and carers to keep an eye on their child or teenager’s involvement in social media and general mobile phone activity.   If you have any questions or concerns regarding eSafety, particularly with regard to our iPads for Learning scheme, please contact school.

All resources copyright UK Safer Internet Centre, 2017

Snapchat

Snapchat Safety Centre

Snapchat Support

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Instagram

Instagram Help Centre

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Facebook

Facebook Help Centre

Facebook Anti-Bullying Hub

Facebook Privacy Basics

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Twitter

Twitter Help Centre

Twitter Safety & Security

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So you got naked online?

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Other Useful Websites

Childline

ThinkUknow