This page provides useful articles aimed at parents of primary age children from a veriety of agencies including the Child Exploitation and Online Protection agency (CEOP) who work with law enforcement to keep all children safe online.
To find out more about how we keep children safe in school please see our Safeguarding page.
The Parental Guides below have been sent to school by the Education & Early Years Safeguarding Team. Please take a look at all of the ones that are relevant to devices used by your children and check back if they start using a new type of device. If you have any questions, please contact a member of staff.
Parental Guide – Nintendo Switch
Sophos, makers of our anti-virus software, have published a guide aimed at parents to help them keep their children and themselves safe from all kinds of online threats such as phishing and viruses.
This looks to be a useful guide and can help some of the questions we sometimes get asked by parents in school – the information in here is also of use for any adult who uses the internet in any way, particularly those who may be less internet savvy!
Sophos Little Big Book of Badness
If you have any concerns regarding Online Safety that you would like to discuss with school, Mr Learmonth and Mr Beech are both happy to advise. Please contact the office to make an appointment.
CEOP Parent Zone are no longer providing their ‘Parent Info’ news feed for us.
You will still be able to access a wealth of resources for parents and carers via the Parent Zone and NCA-CEOP websites.
Parent Zone sits at the heart of modern family life, providing advice, knowledge and support to shape the best possible future for children as they embrace the online world. Parent Zone provides resources and training to educate and equip professionals and supports parents to develop the right skills and understanding, so that their children can discover the possibilities and opportunities available to them online.
NCA-CEOP has an extensive offer for children and young people, parents, carers and professionals. Its parents and carers website and educational materials offer more specific advice and information about keeping children and young people safe from online sexual abuse and exploitation.