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Online Safety

Whilst it is important for children to learn and have experience of using ICT, including phones, computers, games consoles, it is also important that they understand the risks involved. It is also essential that parents monitor what their children are doing online and put restrictions in place where needed.

Below are some links to websites that offer help and advice to parents and carers, with help and activities for children. One that has been highly recommended to us is Common Sense Media. This site provides advice and guidance on many areas, not just online safety, including films and computer games. Many of the reviews are from parents and give a more relevant view about their contents. Please note that you do need to register for this site.

If you have any concerns then please come and discuss them with our Online Safety Coordinators, Mrs Bateman cbateman@trewirgieinf.tpacademytrust.org
E-Safety Presentation 2024
Below is a recording of our  E-Safety presentation presented by Mr Jenkin our Computing and Digital Learning Lead. Please watch the video for helpful information on the benefits of technology, how to  support your child online and making you aware of the potential risks.
If you have any concerns raised from this presentation please come and discuss them with your child's class teacher, Mr Jenkin (Computing and Digital Learning Lead) or Mrs Bateman (DSL).
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For Children
Think U Know (5 – 7 year olds)
CBBC Stay Safe
For Parents
Please find above an E-Safety video.

E Safety Presentation
Please find below a link from Mr Jenkin who delivered our E-Safety presentation May 2022. 
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Information, Advice and Support to Keep Children Safe Online (internetmatters.org)
Common Sense Media – Common Sense Media: Age-Based Media Reviews for Families | Common Sense Media