E-safety is a term which means not only the internet but other ways in which young people communicate using electronic media, e.g. mobile phones. It means ensuring that children and young people are protected from harm and supported to achieve the maximum benefit from new and developing technologies without risk to themselves or others.
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We are delighted to announce that Caister Junior School is commitment to protecting our pupils online and have worked with National Online Safety to deliver an interactive online workshop for all our parents & carers.
The course can be taken at your own convenience and covers:
- Information about online dangers and the newest platforms
- What online risks to look out for and how to protect your child
Please find below the URL you need to visit to register your account You will need to complete your details and select
“I am a: Parent/Carer” from the dropdown: https://lms.nationalonlinesafety.com/school/caisterjs
Once you have registered, you will be able to access the “Online Safety for Parents and Carers’ course and National Online Safety’s Resources (which includes 50+ online platform guides on the latest social media channels and games). This aims to help empower parents with the knowledge to protect their children from the dangers of the internet.
If you have any questions, or trouble accessing the course please contact email@example.com.
If you have concerns about the types of games young people are playing and their content or wish to have a greater understanding of the age classifications please visit Ask About Games for more information.
Is a great website for teachers, parent and pupils.
From games to help packs there is something for every one!
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The below link to Net Aware is an excellent website which gives a comprehensive list of Apps and websites, what they are used for and also any age restrictions.
THis thought provoking advert points out that we should be careful about the images we share and the clues they give about our personal data.