Online Safety

Policies

Our eSafety policies are located on our Policies page here.

Parental Leaflets

Parents Guide To Askfm

Parents Protect – Exploitation Leaflet

A Parents’ Guide to Cybersecurity

Snapchat – Parents Guide

Tips for Teens

You Sent A Sext – Now What?

Links

Think u Know
A website for parents, children and teachers with games and information about e-safety.

Childnet
Giving information and advice about e-safety and how to report abuse.

Hector’s Word
Game for children giving advice on hoe to be safe on line.

Kidsmart
A website with information videos and games on e-safety for children and parents.

Digizen
Giving Internet, social networking advice and guidance for young people, parents and teachers.

Parent’s Guide to Text Talk

Do you sometimes wonder what your child is talking about when they text or e-mail?  See below for a link to our parent’s guide to text chat:

http://parentinfo.org/article/online-teen-speak-updated

Knowsley council are offering free support and education for parents on two very important subjects over the next academic term. For more information click on the links below.

Parent Workshops

Do you know someone who is suffering from domestic violence? If the answer is yes then you could come to one of the workshops held at Stockbridge Village every Tuesday 1:15-2:30.

Does your child have Autism? Are they below 11 years of age? Do you want to know more about the condition and how it affects you? If so, you could attend a parenting course informing you all about the condition. If you are interested contact Laura Fisher on 0151 443 5771/8

 Keeping Your Child Safe On Line

Here is a link to the NSPCC’s new campaign ‘Share Aware’.

http://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/

These documents are useful in keeping your child safe, especially when they use social media.

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A Parents Guide to Snapchat

A Parents Guide to Instagram

A Parents Guide to Google +

A Parents Guide to Facebook

A Parents Guide to Cyberbulling

This leaflet from the Knowsley Safeguarding Children Board has further information about keeping safe on line.

ywww.everb.co.uk/esafety