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E-Safety Understanding how to help keep your children safe online
Parental advice videos Where’s Klaus Where’s Klaus Keeping up with the Jones’ Keeping up with the Jones’
Access School Home Mobile data CPU games Friends
Home Broadband provider 3 rd party software Limit amount of time Look at the history – Talk to them Different passwords for different levels of connection
The big 4 – How to..? Just click on the company below for instructions to set up parental controls: BT BT SKY SKY Talk Talk Talk Virgin Virgin
Computer games – Goal posts Peer pressure Your discretion Sit down and play it with them Team speak
Mobile data Getting to the age want (need ) a phone Can have content controls on but they do not limit very much Best = Mobile data OFF
School Locked down and controlled tightly Monitored and tracked No need to worry!
Friends Mobile phones at school Friends’ houses Education
My child wouldn’t do that… Talk with your children Don’t ignore it Open and honest (ish) is a good rule
Social networks Lots of you will use them Age appropriate – Club penguin 13+ for Facebook many younger people are on there Educate – Privacy settings – Real friends
Cyber-bullying Mobile phones – Text Chat rooms/social networks Email Unacceptable – Schools are equipped to deal with it – Do tell them – Be sensible
Grooming Stranger DANGER! Talk to your child about it in this context Internet is a fun and educational place – Don’t ban – Communicate with your child
Englefield Primary + Secondary We educate your children in all areas of E-Safety age appropriately Secondary schools will continue to do this
Thanking you! Any questions? I will post this Power Point on the school website with a link on the front page
Educational videos KS1 E-Safety cartoon KS1 E-Safety cartoon KS2 CEOP E-safety video KS2 CEOP E-safety video
Keeping Your Child Safe on the Internet. Welcome We are first-generation Internet parents Our children are the first generation to be born and raised.
Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying All info came from
Developed by Technology Services 1:1 Laptop Initiative
Keeping Your Child Safe on the Internet
Protecting children online How can you protect your child online? Are you aware of the dangers? Do you know what you can put in place to protect.
Keeping Your Child Safe on the Internet. To understand what our children are doing online To keep our children safe when they’re online To teach.
Thursday 26 th Feb. What is my child doing online? Playing Games Making Friends Talking to people Sharing Searching Using a mobile phone.
Keeping our Children Safe Online
How to keep your kids safe online
What comes to mind when you think about E-Safety? What is important as a parent? Please discuss with those on your table and write down thoughts on sugar.
E-Safety Support e-Safety Presentation D Flynn and L Findon.
Awareness raising session for Parents and Carers 2015 Growing up online.
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E-safety Parental Guide “You wouldn't let your child wander around the streets of London alone, yet millions of children are surfing the internet on their.
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Copyright ©: SAMSUNG & Samsung Hope for Youth. All rights reserved Tutorials The internet: Social networks and communities Suitable for: Improver.
Welcome to Parenting in the Digital Age. This session will: Help you to get to grips with what your children are doing online Explain the W-W-W- approach.
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