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Digital Resilience (also referred to as E-Safety)

Information and advice to keep children safe online may be found at the link below.  This site is  recommend to parent/carers due to their user friendly website. 

https://www.internetmatters.org/

'Media Mums and Digital dads' E-Safety workshop

Please take a look at the digital resilience presentation used at our annual e-Safety meeting for parents and the school community. This workshop was led by John Kahn, Lead Practitioner for Anti-Bullying, Prevent and Wellbeing

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CEOP : Child Exploitation and online protection Centre

The link above will take you directly to the CEOP site

The internet can be a fantastic place for children and young people where they can talk to friends, be creative and have fun. However, just like in the real world sometimes things can go wrong.  If you or your child are worried or upset about something which has happened on the internet there is help out there. The link above takes you to a reporting page run by CEOP part of the National Crime Agency.

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Other useful sites (we have added hyperlinks to you can click straight through to the information):

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

They say: 'Come in to find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology.  Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it'

http://www.childnet.com

They say: 'Childnet - helping to make the internet a great and safe place for children.'

www.internetmatters.org

They Say: 'Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation working with online safety experts to bring you all the information you need to keep your children safe online.'

One aspect we particularly like is the step-by-step guide to getting parental controls setup: 

www.internetmatters.org/controls/interactive-guide/
 

Information About Managing Allegations Against Staff

Reporting Concerns

The Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) oversees allegations about adults who work or volunteer with children. We offer advice to employers and agencies when an allegation has been made about a person, whether at work or in their private life

Refer directly to the Single Point of Advice (SPOA) when a child is at risk of, or has suffered, significant harm and an adult who is working or volunteering with children has:

  • behaved in a way that has harmed a child, or may have harmed a child;
  • possibly committed a criminal offence against or related to a child;
  • behaved towards a child or children in a way that indicates he or she may pose a risk of harm to children; or
  • behaved or may have behaved in a way that indicates they may not be suitable to work with children.

For other concerns about conduct, you can make a referral to the LADO.

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E-SAFETY Information for parents

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