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Follow the link below where your child can become an Online Safety Cadet.

 

This is a useful site which will educate your child about keeping safe online in a fun way!

 

Monday 3rd October 2016 - Online Safety Talk from the NSPCC

Come along to the school hall where the NSPCC will be hosting a talk on E Safety from 4 p.m. until 5.30 p.m.

Monday 3rd October 2016 - NSPCC Safety Assembly & Workshops

 

A fantastic assembly was held for the whole school on safety, children even got to meet Buddy.  

Who is Buddy?  Ask your children who will be able to tell you about him and some of the different scenarios that Buddy got involved in and needed to keep safe!

 

The children then had small workshops where they got to find out more about keeping themselves safe. 

The NSPCC have reported that they have been contacted by scared children over 'clown' reports.  Please visit their site for information on supporting your children at home.  As part of our Online Safety work, we will be ensuring children are appropriately educated on keeping themselves safe and what to do if they have any concerns.  See the advice for children from the NSPCC below.  

 

As we are all aware, the age restrictions to use social media are currently 13 years old but please use the advice which is needed for your child.

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