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Queenswell Junior School

Online Safety

At Queenswell Junior School we believe Online Safety is extremely important.  We work very hard to support our children in learning about the online world and the possible dangers they may encounter.

 

Online Safety Focus

Our online safety focus for the second half of the Autumn Term 2018 is Be Internet Kind: Respect Each Other from our new online safety scheme of work, Be Internet Legends.  We will be focussing on this during anti cyber bullying week.

Anti Cyber Bullying Week 2018

All classes have successfully taken part in their first Be Internet Legends online safety lesson.  A selection of pupils across the school were asked for feedback about the lessons and they were very positive.

"We liked working together in groups."

"We learnt more about how to be safe online."

"We can use our BLP skills."

"We did a variety of different activities and learnt from them."

Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

Vodafone have produced their sixth Digital Parenting Magazine .  Features include: The Duke of Cambridge on his fight against cyberbullying; How building resilience will help your child stay safe and be happy online; Parent or over-sharent: which one are you? Plus Digital life skills everyone should learn, Parental controls for your child’s devices and The rise of virtual reality.  Click on the link below and take a look. 

Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day 2018 was a great success.  Over the week of Monday 7th to Thursday 10th February all children were able to interact with the key message of this years Safer Internet Day: Create, Connect and Share Respect: A better internet starts with you, through a drama and discussion session. We also held a special Safer Internet assembly on Safer Internet Day, Tuesday 6th February.

 

 

NSPCC and 02 Online Safety Parents Workshop

On Wednesday 31st January we were extremely lucky to host the NSPCC and 02, who delivered an online safety workshop to parents and carers.  The aim of the workshop was to help them understand their child’s online world and build confidence to have those important conversations that can help keep children safe online. 

 

Feedback from attendees was excellent:

“Great presentation. Helpful and informative. A definite must for all parents.”

“Interactive and informative session, highlighting key issues and giving tips to start a conversation with your child.”

“Good facilitator, creating a safe informal environment to share knowledge and information.”

 

 

NSPCC

NSPPC NetAware have reviewed the most popular sites, apps and games that children and young people use, e.g. Minecraft, Instagram & WhatsApp.  Click the image below to find out more information about content suitability, age ratings, quotes from parents, children and young people.

 

NSPCC top websites to help you keep your child safe online:

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command (CEOP)

If you are worried about online abuse, the way someone has been communicating with someone you know  online or child exploitation you can report it to CEOP.

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Parent Info

Parent Info from CEOP and Parent Zone provides expert information to help children and young people stay safe online.  Take a look at the latest Parent Info feed below for all their latest articles and frequently updated content.

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