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E-Safety

We understand that children are using the internet more and more frequently at home on laptops, tablets, smartphones and games consoles. While the internet is a fantastic resource, ensuring your child stays safe online can be a challenge. 

For some plain and simple advice about switching on home broadband filters, making phones and tablets as safe as possible and dealing with other e-safety issues then click on the links below to visit the Safer Internet Centre.

http://www.saferinternet.org.uk 

The NSPCC website has lots of information around what social media sites and apps are popular with children right now and what they actually do. There is also sensible advice about online gaming and gambling and lots of other ideas to discuss with your child how to stay safe online. 

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/‚Äč

Below are links to addditional documents you might find interesting on this subject. 

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E-Safety in School

We teach e-safety in school through our Keeping Safe assemblies and also through the PHSCE and Computing strands of the National Curriculum. We follow Kirklees policy and guidance relating to e-safety.