Presentation on theme: "E-safety and Internet Awareness Hanbury C of E First School."— Presentation transcript:
E-safety and Internet Awareness Hanbury C of E First School
E-safety Evening Aims: Introduction to the new school website Explanation of Global IDs and single sign-on E-safety Tips
The New Website
Global IDs What are they? Single sign-on for Worcestershire services. Stay with your child. Strong cipher.
Global IDs Benefits: Access to EducationCity and several more services that we can use in school. Many more services are planned. No need to remember different passwords
Strong Ciphers Hard to crack Mix cases, letters, numbers and symbols hanbury All lower case Easy to crack Mixed case Symbols Reversed Numbers
How to manage the dangers whilst reaping the benefits
Education Research Communication Sharing Shopping Everywhere The benefits:
What does CEOP do? CEOP work in partnership to protect children and young people from sexual exploitation – from the e-world to the real world
Why is e-safety important? year-olds were surveyed about their internet use. 55% access the internet everyday 47% for an hour or more 21% liked IM/Chat the most 15% used gaming sites 11% used Social Networking sites 33% had access in their bedrooms 25% have met someone offline – one quarter of these did not take anyone with them. of the three quarters who did 83% took a friend not a trusted adult.
Why is e-safety important? If we translate that information over to the children at Hanbury. Out of 108 children: 60 will access the internet everyday 51 for an hour or more 16 will like IM/Chat the most 16 will use gaming sites 12 will use Social Networking sites 36 will have access in their bedrooms 27 may meet someone offline – SEVEN of these will not take anyone with them. of the three quarters who will, SIXTEEN would take a friend not a trusted adult.
Spyware and viruses Inappropriate or pornographic images Cyber-bullying Contact from strangers Identity theft The dangers:
Tips for keeping them safe Rule 1: Location, Location, Location Keep computers in family areas so their use can be supervised. Rule 2: Ask your child what they are doing on the internet. Older children often view the internet as a private space. It isnt. An honest and open dialogue will make them more likely to tell you if there is something wrong. Rule 3: Get involved Share computer time with your child. Rule 4: Set up some security Protect against viruses and spyware Set content filters and parental controls Set up separate user accounts Wireless internet Strong Ciphers
Encourage your child to be: S SAFE M Meeting A Accepting R Reliable T Tell
For your Children
Report Abuse in action Some schools and other organisations use this as a link from their websites Microsoft have made a real commitment Approx £30,000 per month revenue lost from advertising in this space
Internet Safety Weblinks Kidsmart Childnet Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre Think U Know CBBC