With more children than ever having access to the internet, it is crucial that we understand how to protect our children online. At the heart of this is helping children to understand how to protect themselves and manage the risks that they face when online. Below you will find some of the learning the children have done in school to help raise awareness of these.

 

We have also put together a series of links to websites that can provide you and your child with all the information you need to stay safe online.

Safer Internet Day 2020

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Here you will find lots more information about Safer Internet Day which may support you and your child at home.

The Thinkuknow website provides parents and children of all ages with the information that they need to stay safe online.

Through the Childnet website, parents and carers can find invaluable information concerning online safety. Childnet resources will help you to understand the issues, set up parental controls on the internet services in your home and even provide conversation starters to help you talk about online safety with your child. 

Because it is difficult to keep up to date with all the latest in social media and online gaming, the NSPCC has developed the net aware tool. If you follow this link and type in the name of any social media site, net aware will tell you all you need to know about it.

Hector's World is a series of fun and engaging cartoons that teach 5-7 year old children all about how to stay safe online.

CEOP is a national crime agency. If you have any serious concerns regarding the online safety of your child, you can click this link to make a formal report.

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Safer Internet Day 2020

Tuesday 11th February

Every year at Five Spires Academy, we celebrate Safer Internet Day. This day is designed to empower our pupils to take control of their digital lives. This year the theme is 'Together for a Better Internet'.

To launch Safer Internet Day, Mrs Graham delivered an assembly to the school which discussed the risks the children may face and ways in which they can keep themselves and others safe. Below is a video which highlights some of these issues:

All pupils from Nursery up to Year 4 have taken part in various activities and you will find examples of their amazing work below!

In this section, you will find resources which may support you and your child at home. You will also find a list of useful websites which you will find further information and support about current risks online.

Smartie the penguin has wonderful stories to share with the children in EYFS and KS1. He introduces the children to risks online and provides a great way to discuss these with your child. Below you will find a link to the website where you can download these stories and other great resources:

https://www.childnet.com/resources/smartie-the-penguin

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