Trail : home / Internet Safety
Staying safe online during the Festive season.|
Click below to download this shot guide to staying safe online during the festive season.
http://www.internetmatters.org/ is a new website to give guidance for parents about how to keep their children safe online.
We live in a world where technology is at the heart of everything we do. Children are using the internet to support their learning, research and hobbies. At St Augustine's we encourage children to explore the internet safely, and we teach them to know what to do if they do not feel safe.
Please can we remind parents that Facebook requires everyone to be 13 before creating an account. If your child has created a Facebook account, you can show them how to delete it by visiting http://en-gb.facebook.com/help/www/224562897555674
We all need to work together to ensure our children are safe online and manage risks. For more information please visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/parentsguide
Vodafone Digital Parenting|
Vodafone have produced a handy online magazine which is extremely informative and useful for parents to answer some of those tough questions and advise on a range of issue. Download your copy here:
NSPCC have produced some handy leaflets to support you talking about internet safety at home. Click the links below to download.