On Monday the 9th of October 2017, Class 2 at Churcham Priamry School did an e-safety day, we learnt all about how to report people and how to set privacy setting.  We also learnt how to behave on the internet. 

By Marietta 

E-Safety Poem written by Maya Weaver

If you feel upset online,
Tell and adult that your not fine.
Tell them that you're upset,
Because of what someone said on the internet.
Make sure your password that you set,
Is kept from the internet.
Strangers you must not meet,
Even if they are kind when they greet.
Information on the internet could be a lie,
Dont respond when a stranger says hi.
Stay safe on the internet,
But make sure parental controls are set. 

Please see below some great websites to help our children stay safe online

NSPCC Net Aware
Website focusing on social media apps to keep parents informed
NSPCC Share Aware
Accessible and user friendly website to support parents in safeguarding their children online
Practical information and guidance for supporting your child to be safe online
UK Safer Internet Centre
Helpful and clear website offering ideas and guidance for those supporting children to be safe online

pdfParent E-Safety Pack

What parents need to know about screen addiction

pdfScreen Addiction

pdfChildrens online worksheet

Clike this link to learn more about Safe Web 4 Kids

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