The documents below have been sourced to help inform you about some of the practical steps that can be taken to help keep children safe on-line. Please download and read the information enclosed as well as using help and advice on the web links provided.
The NSPCC have launched a new campaign called ‘Share Aware,’ this is aimed at informing parents about social networks and the potential risks for children. Please take some time to visit the following link:
Another useful link is Net Aware that the NSPCC have created. Here they review the different sites that children are using and it is an excellent way to keep up to date with children's online trends.
Click here to see a copy of our Guidance Document for safe use of the Internet at home. This is an agreement that both you and your child should talk through together and sign. When it is returned to school, your child's teacher will take a copy and return it to you. Please keep it in a prominent place next to your computer at home to remind your child of responsible Internet use at home.