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Safer Internet Day TV 2019: Zap and Zoom - A Space Race - film for 3-7 year olds

The video below has been shared with our younger pupils. We have discussed the contents within the class but it would be useful to continue the discussion at home also.
This is a 360 degree film which includes our animated characters Zap and Zoom, who also feature in our Education Pack for 3-7 year olds. In this film we see Zap and Zoom help young children who are playing a video game at home.

Thank you to the Two Johns who worked with all year groups to go through how to keep safe online. 

 

Please see their Weblink for more information:

https://www.esafetytraining.org/resources

Virtual safety

Facing up to Facebook – the magic 13!

Many children have a Facebook account even though the T & C state the minimum age is 13 years. To help raise awareness with parents/carers of the safeguarding implications and provide practical advice the HSCB eSafety group have developed a parent handout.

Download handout, link from external website facebook_the_magic_13.pdf

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Children's Report 2014: Media Use and Attitudes

E-SAFETY NEWSLETTER FOR PARENTS:

 

Dear Parent,

 

We all need to be aware of issues of the children’s e-safety, that is their safety on the internet, on social messaging sites when texting using mobile phones and via information on the school website.  We focus upon e-safety during Health and Safety Week each year, but are aware that the promotion of e-safety is a whole year, joint home and school task.  In order to help you to back up this work at home I have copied on the next page some recommended sites for you to visit as parents, and/or with your children, to give you more information and support in dealing with issues around e-safety.  I hope that you find these useful.  You can also access the letter and links on our school website:

www.holyfamilyschoolwitham.co.uk

 

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET PROTECTED YOUR CHILD’S INTERNET ACCESS AT HOME YOU MAY FIND THE FOLLOWING SITES HELPFUL:

 

Net Nanny   www.netnanny.com                      Surfwatch:            www.safesurf.com

AOL Parents Controls at  www.aol.com            Netwise:                www.getnetwise.org

Cyberpatrol:          www.cyberpatrol.com

 

REPORTING

It is imperative that any illegal or suspicious contact with a child on the internet is reported to the police immediately.  You will find help and advice at the child exploitation and online protection centre:

www.thinkuknow.co.uk

 

 

Regards

A Kelliher (Mrs)

Headteacher

 

 

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