All children are regularly taught about keeping themselves safe while online.
In particular they are advised to:
- keep their passwords and login details secret and to change them if they ever suspect they have become known
- be very careful about giving out personal information
- tell an adult if anything upsets them while they are online
- only chat and communicate with people they know
- print out a copy of any malicious or insulting message they receive
- be aware that anything they say or post online can be tracked back to them
- follow the principles of the school's own eSafety policy, which they have signed personally
It is against the rules for any child under the age of 13 to have a facebook account. As a school it is part or our responsibility to keep you safe so we will always report any underage user.
Please have a look at these websites, they have activities you can work through with your child so they can stay safe online:
The Internet has become part of our everyday lives and is now easier to access then ever before, but using the Internet can also have risks. You can find out more about how you, as parents, can keep your children safe when using the Internet by clicking on the link below. This will take you to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.
As well as providing important information for parents, there are also age-specific guidelines and games which will help the children learn about the importance of keeping safe when going online.
Click on links below for useful information and advice booklets produced by East Sussex County Council and others.
- e safety in the home 1
- e safety in the home 2
- e safety in the home 3
- Keep Children Safe Online Leaflet
- MAKING A START WITH E SAFETY A GUIDE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS
- nasty messages
- nasty messages 2
- setting a windows account
- social networking guide
- Staying Safe Online CYBERBULLYING A SURVIVAL GUIDE
- Staying Safe Online FACEBOOK IN A NUTSHELL
- Staying Safe Online GETTING STARTED WITH MOBILE PHONES
- Staying Safe Online iPad Parental Controls
- Staying Safe Online Nothing is FREE