On this page, you will find lots of links and media addressing the ever-broadening scope of online safety. We all use the Internet for a whole variety of purposes and online safety is of paramount importance, both in school and outside. Our mutual aim has to be to help our children understand the importance of being responsible digital citizens, who will use these exciting technologies to the benefit of everyone.
CEOP - Think U KnowCEOP have updated their website with lots of online safety advice for 4-7 year olds. There's plenty here for the grown-ups too!
Safer Internet Day 2023 - film for parents and carers
Safer Internet Day 2023 will take place on the 7th of February 2023, with celebrations and learning based around the theme 'Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online'.
Safer Internet Day 2023 - How To Get Involved
Find out how young people can get involved for Safer Internet Day 2023 by hearing all about our theme 'Want to Talk About It? Sharing Your Online Experience. https://saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/safer-internet-day-2023 These films were created following Albert's carbon offsetting scheme and have received the albert certificate for environmental production
Safer Internet Day 2023 - Sharing Your Online Experience: Primary Schools
Hear from primary schools about how they are getting involved in the Safer Internet Day 2023 theme 'Want to Talk About It? Sharing Your Online Experience https://saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/safer-internet-day-2023 These films were created following Albert's carbon offsetting scheme and have received the albert certificate for environmental production
Safer Internet Day 2022 - Campaign Film (Sub)
This is "Safer Internet Day 2022" by UK Safer Internet Centre. Find out what this year's theme is and get involved.
Get involved in Safer Internet Day 2021
Join us on 9 February 2021 for Safer Internet Day. Find more about trust and reliability online at www.saferinternetday.org.uk#SaferInternetDay #AnInternetWe...
Safer SchoolsSafer Schools is provided for use by teaching staff, parents/carers and pupils. It contains the latest information about keeping safe online. There's an absolute wealth of facts for parents concerned about the many different (and sometimes complex) aspects of e-safety. An essential addition for everyone's mobile devices.
Childnet: Be SMART with a Heart - video lessonsHere are the latest resources from Childnet: 6 videos for children 6-9 years old. These videos are intended for children and adults to watch together because of the content requiring meaningful discussion. Well worth a watch.
Taming Gaming - The Family Video Game DatabaseThis database is a unique way to find games for children, teenagers and young adults. Every game is presented for parents and carers to understand, to empower informed choice through understanding.
Get Smart about P.L.A.Y. with Rio FerdinandThe Get Smart About P.L.A.Y campaign provides parents and care-givers with a four-step process to help set parameters around play: P – Play with your kids. Discover amazing games and understand what they play and why. L – Learn about family controls for your console. A – Ask what your kids think. Discuss ground rules before setting restrictions. Y – You’re in charge. Set restrictions that work for your family.
Gaming: What parents and carers need to knowAs with any form of technology or online space, adult offenders can use gaming platforms to target children and build relationships with them. Understand the different elements of gaming and how they can be used by offenders, and what you can do to support your child whilst gaming.
Ask About GamesA website brimming with useful information about video games, age rating information and how to stay safe online. A super resource for parents and carers who might feel a bit left behind by it all.
Games consoles and gaming
Find out how to use and apply parental controls to popular games consoles. Get information on age ratings and the different games available. Get advice on how much screen time is appropriate and also how to deal with those in-game purchase options.
Safer Internet Day: Together for a better internet!
Safer Internet Day is an annual celebration held every February, calling on everyone to make the most of the internet's potential to bring people together, by joining forces to create a better internet, in particular for children and young people. This year, Safer Internet Day was celebrated on Tuesday, 11 February. In 2021, Safer Internet Day will take place on 9th February, with the theme: An Internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world.
Safer Internet Day 2020 - #freetobe
Safer Internet Day 2020 explores the theme of online identity and asks - are we #freetobe who we want to be online? Join the conversation using #freetobe and #SaferInternetDay
How can parents and carers talk to children about their online lives?
We asked young people across the UK for their thoughts on online identity and how we can all support each other to have healthy, positive experiences online. One of the most important questions we had to ask was: "how can parents and carers talk to children about their online lives?"
What does my avatar say about me?
For Safer Internet Day 2020, we asked 5-11- year olds across the UK to share their thoughts on their online identities. Join the conversation by using #freetobe and #SaferInternetDay.
Be Share Aware - Safety advice from a 10 year old - NSPCC & O2
Teach your child to Be Share Aware. Sharing in real life is great but kids need our help to stay safe online. NSPCC and O2 can help with a step-by-step advice. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/2qXL0IF
Digital Parenting - Safer Internet Day 2018 film for parents and carers
This film accompanies the Safer Internet Day education pack for parents and carers created for Safer Internet Day 2018. The film looks at what is important in digital parenting and signposts parents and carers to resources they might find useful.
Take a minute - Safer Internet Day 2018 film for 3-7 year olds
This film accompanies the Safer Internet Day 2018 education pack for Early Years/ KS1. Red and Murphy, our favourite pair of puppets, talk about what it feels like when being online becomes too much. They try meditation and conclude it is important to take a minute, switch devices off and talk to a grown up.
How I feel online - Safer Internet Day 2018 film for 7-11 year olds
This is "How I feel online - Safer Internet Day 2018 film for 7-11 year olds" by UK Safer Internet Centre on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and...
The Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children PartnershipThe Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership provides the safeguarding arrangements under which the safeguarding partners and relevant agencies work together to coordinate their safeguarding services. The partnership is responsible for identifying and responding to the needs of children in Nottinghamshire, commissioning and publishing local child safeguarding practice reviews and providing scrutiny to ensure the effectiveness of the safeguarding arrangements.
internetmatters.orgThis website can help you to find out more about what your children might be doing online and give you some simple, practical and easy advice on the steps you can take as a parent to keep them as safe as possible
Online Safety Hub (Wales)This Welsh government site contains lots of information (in English) and resources to all things pertaining to online safety.
Newsround Caught In The Web - Internet Safety ~ (9 Feb 2010)
Not everything online is as it first seems to be!
CEOP Jigsaw - for 8 to 10 year olds
A thought-provoking film depicting some of the potential dangers faced by youngsters in an online world.
Building Confidence After Online Bullying | Childline
Cyber bullying can knock your confidence. Here are three things to try to help gain your confidence back, so you can start feeling good about yourself again. Get more at: http://www.childline.org.uk/Explore/Bullying/Pages/Building-confidence-after-online-bullying.aspx Subscribe to the ChildLine YouTube channel now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ChildLine
eSafety for parents - Inappropriate Content (Animation)
An animated introduction exploring the risks of children coming across inappropriate content online and how to help manage what children access on line.
BBC Own ItThe BBC covers e-safety and many aspects of our digital lifestyles in depth. Highly recommended (particularly for our Y5 and Y6 children).
UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS)The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) is a group of more than 200 organisations drawn from across government, industry, law, academia and charity sectors that work in partnership to help keep children safe online.
NSPCC Share AwareKeeping children safe online is a great concern for parents. That's why the NSPCC has launched Share Aware - to provide straightforward, no-nonsense advice for parents of 8 to 12-year-old children.
NSPCC NetAware app (Android)NetAware is a simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games. Learn about the privacy settings and safety guidelines for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and more. You can also read up-to-date reviews from parents and children for each app, game and social network.
NSPCC Netaware app (iOS)NetAware is a simple guide for parents to the most popular social networks, apps and games. Learn about the privacy settings and safety guidelines for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and more. You can also read up-to-date reviews from parents and children for each app, game and social network.
Welcome to Carnarvon Primary School's website. Information about events taking place can be found on the calendar under 'parents tab'. Thank you.
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