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St Mark's Primary School

online safety

Children and young people spend lots of time on the internet.  They may go online to research information for homework or to play games.

The internet holds a massive amount of useful information and can also be a really good way of learning about new things and keeping in contact with friends and family.  It can also be an incredibly dangerous place so it is important that children are protected and monitored when they are online.

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) has lots of information about how to keep your children safe online and parental controls.  The link to the website is below:

www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/

  

 NSPCC

The NSPCC has lots of online safety information including guides on talking to your child about online safety, online wellbeing and how to set up parent controls.

Click here for NSPCC Online Safety advice

 

  

UK Safer Internet Centre

The UK Safer Internet Centre has tips, advice, guides and resources for parents and carers.

Click here for their advice and guides

 

Parent Zone

Parent Zone is a website that offers advice, knowledge and support about the online world.

Click here for the latest news from Parent Zone

 

National Cyber Security Centre

                              Click here to access the NCSC Cyber Sprinters interactive resource

 

 Cyber Choices

                          Click here for the Parents/Guardians/Carers Online Safety brochure

                                        Click here for the Computer Misuse Act