The following report will help you understand:
What a super ambassador of online safety. Take a look at this amazing PPT created by one of our year 5 children (Faith) during remote learning.
Parents it is really important that you keep your children safe on games that have chat functions. You should always be aware of who they are talking to online. Please see the poster to help with parental settings on this game.
In this current climate, where your children will be using electronic devises more often, we urge you to be extra cautious and ensure your children are staying safe online. Please check that they are not engaging/playing with strangers. If you need help or support regarding 'online safety' there are some excellent documents and videos on the 'safer schools' app.
One of the fastest growing areas of internet use today is social networking. There are over 3,000 social networking sites on the internet. This is changing the way that we communicate. On most of these sites, it is incredibly easy to communicate with our friends, in many cases, sharing lots of personal information and photographs.
These three common social network sites all have age limits:
There are some things to remember when you are surfing the internet.
Please use the guides available below for E-Safety information regarding various devices available for children.
Walsall Council have put together a guide to online risks and tools to protect yourself, your child and others from harm in the digital space. Please use the link below to download/view this guide.