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14/03/14 Friars Primary School
» “1) everything that’s already in the world when you’re born is just normal; » 2) anything that gets invented between then and before you turn thirty is incredibly exciting and creative and with any luck you can make a career out of it; » 3) anything that gets invented after you’re thirty is against the natural order of things and the beginning of the end of civilisation as we know it until it’s been around for about ten years when it gradually turns out to be alright really.”
» Why is Internet safety important? » Why the Internet is so great? » What are the risks? » Where to go for support?
» Children using Internet alone: 1 in 7 users aged 5-7years old (14%) 1 in 4 users aged 8-11 years old (24%) » 91% of 5-15 year olds live in a household with Internet access. » Over a third of all 3-4 year olds are now accessing the Internet in their homes. » 34% of children aged 8-12 have a profile on sites that requires users to register as being 13 or over, up from 25% in 2009. » 68% of children under 13 believe everything they see online; » 25% of children and young people have met up in the real world with someone they have met online; » 69% of children experience bullying online.
» Communication skills » Computer skills » Creativity » Research » Confidence » Money management
» Can you name the sites your children use for:
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» Offer reassurance and support. » Tell your child that if they are being bullied to always keep the evidence e.g. screenshots. » Block the bullies. » Report any bullying content to the website it’s hosted on. » In cases of illegal content for example indecent images or videos of young people under 18, contact your local police or report it to CEOP.CEOP
» Talk to your child about online grooming. » Talk about their online friends. » Let your child know that you are always there for support. » Learn how to report any inappropriate contact made to your child online. This can be done via the Click CEOP button at www.ceop.police.uk www.ceop.police.uk
» Violence » Racial hate » Religious hate » Pro eating disorders » Gambling » Pornographic
» Bullying » Distress » Blackmail » Reputation
» Illegally downloading games, videos, music from file sharing websites; » Visiting inappropriate websites e.g. pornography etc; » Click on hacking email links.
Set controls on: » Computers » Laptops » Tablets » Mobile Devices » Games Consoles » ALL internet enabled devices
» E-safety Co-ordinator » Whole school responsibility » All staff trained regularly » Part of taught curriculum (including lessons, assemblies, Safer Internet Day) » SMART Rules » School website
» Talk with your child about what they do online; » Keep computers / laptops / tablets / mobiles / games consoles in a shared area at home; » Monitor games and videos your child plays to ensure they are age appropriate; » Do not assume that risks are less because children are younger; » Enable parental controls; » Never overact or ignore reports and seek help.
» http://www.childnet.com/parents-and- carers/need-help http://www.childnet.com/parents-and- carers/need-help » http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and- resources/parents-and-carers/parents-guide-to- technology http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and- resources/parents-and-carers/parents-guide-to- technology » http://www.ceop.police.uk/ http://www.ceop.police.uk/ » http://www.parentport.org.uk/ http://www.parentport.org.uk/ » https://www.iwf.org.uk/ https://www.iwf.org.uk/ » http://www.pegi.info/ http://www.pegi.info/
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