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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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