E-Safety Information for Parents
Whilst there are huge benefits to being online, the government recognises many parents may feel concerned about the activities and content their children are accessing. This guidance outlines resources to help keep children safe from different risks online and where to go to receive support and advice.
Frogmore Junior School works hard to make children aware of how to stay safe when they are working and playing online. We know that this is also an important issue for parents, and are keen to share with parents information about "e-safety". Below are some ideas for websites that you may wish to explore:
https://www.internetmatters.org/ for information, advice and resources for parents with guidance for internet safety for every age group.
http://www.childnet.com/resources/the-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-the-smart-crew these videos are used at FJS to help to teach our children about SMART use of the Internet. They are age appropriate and help the children to make safe online decisions.
https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/ e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk This website gives a clear explanation of the risks and hazards that children may face while working and playing online and while using social media.
http://www.ceop.police.uk Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) is a police agency tackling child abuse on the internet. This website includes a facility that enables parents and young people to make reports of actual or attempted abuse online.
https://parentzone.org.uk/ Learn about how to make the internet safer for families. Includes a link to ParentInfo - building resillience and helping children with issues such as self-esteem.
https://mediasmart.uk.com/parents/ information and guidance on advertising, how it works and the impact on body image - designed to increase confidence and help children and parents to feel safer online.
https://www.connectsafely.org/parentguides/ By parents, for parents: A growing collection of short, clearly written guidebooks that demystify apps, services and platforms popular with children and young people.