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e-Safety @ West Wittering

The safety of our children is paramount. To this end we have built, and are building this page, to make parents aware of current safety information relating to using technology safe online. As a school we invest in a well structured eSafety curriculum, using the great resources of the national Online Safety program.  Please see below for some great guides and resources that will help you to keep your child safe. Miss Davis is our eSafety lead, so please do get in touch with her, or Mr Matthews , if you have any concerns. 

Parent Safety Sheets

We are proud to work with national Online Safety to deliver our eSafety curriculum termly across all classes. As an organisation, they provide great help and support for parents in ensuring they know the latest things that they should know about the most popular Apps and games that children play. Parents you can download these sheets to make sure you are up to date with the games and things that your child is using. 

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?

Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors

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Staying safe online

Here are some links dedicated to children’s safety online, which have further guidance and specialist resources for children, parents and professionals, which you may find helpful:

Childnet work directly with young people to understand their experiences online and share safety advice:

www.childnet.com

Internet Matters empowers parents, carers and professionals to help children enjoy connected technology safely. They provide age-appropriate advice on online platforms, apps, games, and live streaming services, covering everything from setting up safely to talking to children about all things digital:

Information, Advice and Support to Keep Children Safe Online (internetmatters.org)

 

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