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1 E-safety for Parents and Carers Welcome

2 Wide and flexible range of information A key skill for life Access anywhere anytime Motivate and fun Raise standards Easy to communicate with friends and family Why do we use ICT

3 Some of the technologies…… BLOGS VLOGS Podcasting Instant messaging Gaming sites Social networking Chat Rooms Mobile phones Video broadcasting Music Download sites Wikies What next ??? Text P2P file-sharing

4 How does the internet make our lives better?

5 What are the 3 best things about the internet for you? Finding things outMusic Blogs Video News Games Chatting Creating

6 Moving on…… Download Consume “Corporate” Separate media Static (Parents / Carers) Young people web2 Upload Create Personal Converged media Interactive

7 School Home  Supervised  Monitored  Filtered  Curriculum ? 75% of homes have access to the internet 19% of young people have internet access in their bedroom More than half of all children (53%) are never or hardly supervised online by their parents / carers 81% of parents think they know what their children are doing all or most of the time when access the internet UK Children Go Online, 2005, 9-19 year olds

8 School Home  Supervised  Monitored  Filtered  Curriculum ? 75 (84)% of homes have access to the internet Increase from 17m-38m daily users. Mobile access doubled from 24%-58% (61)% of young people have internet access in their bedroom More than half of all children (53%) (94) are never or hardly supervised online by their parents / carers 81 (74)% of parents think they know have no idea what their children are doing all or most of the time when access the internet UK Children Go Online, 2005, 9-19 year olds Microsoft 2014, 3-19 year olds

9 Some of the key risks online

10 Key online risks

11 Tom is in year 5. His favourite game online is Minecraft and he loves chatting to his school friends on it and building bigger and better castles. One day though he came into school and he noticed his best friend Harry was more quiet than usual. He asked him what the problem was and Harry told him that on Minecraft the night before someone had destroyed the castle he had just created and was saying mean things to him. Harry said that this wasn’t the first time it had happened but he didn’t know how to stop it. Tom could see that his friend Harry was upset and he wanted to help him. What good digital deed could Tom do for Harry? Scenario

12 Joanna and Sarah were walking home through the park when they both received the same Whatsapp message. They opened it to see an inappropriate picture of a girl in their class, Rebecca. They were embarrassed to see it but they didn’t know what to do as it was from a number they didn’t know. Then they received a follow-up message that said ‘If you don’t forward this on to at least 4 people, I will tell everyone you were the one who sent the photo of Rebecca’. Joanna and Sarah were scared. What should they do? Scenario

13 You are on Instagram and a photograph of Aysha from school is being posted on many of your friend’s Instagram profiles. The photograph of Aysha shows her doing something a bit silly, and all your friends are posting this photo with the hashtag #regram. All your friends are re-posting this image and you feel a bit pressured to the same on your Instagram profile. What action should you take? Scenario #

14 Apps to look out for  Texting Apps  Kik  ooVoo  WhatsApp  Micro-blogging  Instagram  Tumblr  Twitter  Vine

15 Apps to look out for  Secret Apps  Secret – Speak freely  Snapchat  Whisper  Yik Yak  Micro-blogging  MeetMe  Omegle  Skout  Tinder

16  Parent as you normally would do, including reminding children about dangers  Clear ground rules for use  Be aware of what sites/apps they are using - friend them where possible  Report abuse to app provider/school  Screenshot evidence  Use the technology available to you e.g. filtering in the home What can I do?

17  Sky – Broadband Shield  BT – BT Family Protection  Virgin Media – Web Safe  TalkTalk – HomeSafe  New customers are automatically included. If an existing customer YOU must choose to opt in Home filtering

18 What to look for

19 eSafety - resources  https://slp5.somerset.org.uk/webs/fairlandsmiddleschool/P arents/SitePages/Safeguarding.aspx https://slp5.somerset.org.uk/webs/fairlandsmiddleschool/P arents/SitePages/Safeguarding.aspx  https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ https://www.commonsensemedia.org/      

20 Thank You Please help yourself to resources

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