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Online Safety

Children and young people spend increasing amounts of time online, and have increasing access to it - be it on mobile phones, laptops, tablets, pcs or games consoles. Pupils at school now have never known a world without the internet. It is a great way to socialise, explore and have fun. But children do face risks like cyberbullying or seeing inappropriate content. Please look at the links below to keep yourself informed about online safety. 
While children seem to know what they’re doing, sometimes their parents don’t – and that can be a worry.  That’s why the NSPCC and O2 have partnered to help parents keep their kids safe online.

A Parent’s Guide to Dealing with ‘Sexting’ 

It can turn into every parent’s worst nightmare – their child taking explicit or inappropriate pictures of themselves, sharing them with others via the internet or their mobile phone and losing control of the image in the process. The below link will help parents work through how to deal with the incident and how to take control.

In school we regularly talk about internet safety issues and how children can be SMART.
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