This child sexual abuse awareness and prevention website was created by the child sexual abuse prevention campaign, Stop It Now! UK and Ireland and The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF). LFF is a child protection charity which manages Stop it Now! and is supported by an alliance of voluntary and statutory sector partners.'
For more information on Parents Protect, please click here for their website.
PREVENT: Online Radicalisation
It is important that you and your child keep safe online. Please pay a visit to this link to view an Online Safety Magazine created by Vodafone.
As part of our ongoing Online Safety work, you can find Parent information and safety guides for platforms such as Fortnite, YouTube, Minecraft, ROBLOX and many more by clicking here. These can also be viewed through the school's Twitter feed.
Make sure you check out the 7 Questions guide below (as well as all the other guides on the National Online Safety's website) which will help you to learn about what your child is up to online and to see what platforms your child may use and how to keep them safe.
You can also check out the Online Safety videos created by CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection). They have created educational videos that parents can watch together with their children and they are suitable for both key stage groups. Their YouTube channel features other educational videos that are worth taking a couple of minutes to watch for more information on how to protect your child.
- To watch the Key Stage 1 (Infants) video, please click here here to the "Lee and Kim" cartoon.
- To watch the Key Stage 2 (Juniors) video, please click here to the "Jigsaw" short film.
For more information about CEOP and who they are, please click here to their website where you can find out more information and useful tips to keep your child safe.
INTERNET SAFETY - There is increasing concern over the potential dangers for children using the Internet, Facebook, MSN, etc.
The technology is here to stay – we must learn how to educate the children to use it safely and be aware of the dangers ourselves.
There is an interactive website which explores these dangers. We would therefore encourage you to spend some time with your child over and complete some of the on-line activities from the following website:- www.thinkuknow.co.uk
If you have any further questions please contact your child's class teacher.