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At Whitelands, we are extremely safety conscious and no more so than with the internet!

In  Whitelands Park School we support Safer Internet Day every year. These days, along with the curricular work we do in lessons, offer the opportunity for us focus on both the creative and positive things that children and young people are doing online, as well as the role that we all play in helping to create a better internet. 

 

We have joined hundreds of other organisations across the UK in celebrating Safer Internet Day and promoting the safe and responsible use of technology.

 

To celebrate these days, we take part in a whole school assembly about how to be safe on the internet, how to be kind to others and how to report those people who are unkind on the internet. This is then followed up with activities in our classrooms.

 

Below are some links and information that you may find useful.

 

• ž Think you know 
http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

• ž Childnet 
http://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers

• ž Get Safe Online
http://www.getsafeonline.org/

• ž CEOP - Report Abuse Site

 

For more information please visit, Paul Hay's website: 

www.pclstraining.com/links

 

Any questions you have please don't hesitate to contact the school and speak to Mrs Thorogood, who will be happy to help.

 

Whitelands Park Primary School is delighted to announce that we have very recently been awarded the ‘Certificate of Progress’ by 360 Safe. This is to recognise our commitment to developing e-safety across the school.  At Whitelands Park our priority is always the safety of the children so we are pleased to receive the recognition that we feel we deserve. We will continue to strive to ensure that all children receive a high standard of computing and ICT education here, whilst remaining entirely safe.

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Please use the following safe search website when researching or looking for images:

Links for E-Safety

 

These are some internet safety websites designed for children aged 5 - 16. It contains information on how to deal with cyber-bullying, reporting and staying safe online as well as games. It also provides advice for parents and carers.

                                                                               
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