We believe it is vital to show, even our youngest children, how to stay safe online. We place the up most importance on teaching e-safety. E-safety is at the heart of our computing curriculum.
You can find out more about online safety by clicking on the following links:
Click here for a fact sheet on why parental control help keep your child safe online.
National Online Safety have worked with tv presenter, Myleen Klass to create online safety videos for parents.
It might seem obvious that parents know what their children are doing online. However, when National Online Safety spoke to schools and listened to their feedback, it became clear that parents needed help and advice now more than ever.
Take a look at these short videos and details of how you can access the free courses:
Click here for online safety videos for parents of children aged 4-7 years.
Click here for online safety videos for parents of children aged 7-11 years.
If you have any questions or concerns at all about the online safety of your child, or require further information please feel free to contact your child’s class teacher via Tapestry, phone or email. We are always here to help and support you.
E-Safety Parent Talk- October 2021
Thank you so much to our PCSO for carrying out an e-safety talk for parents on Thursday 21st October. Following the meeting, here are some links to websites that parents may find useful for accessing more information on keeping children safe online. I would highly recommend the Common Sense Media site for checking age restrictions on apps, games, movies and websites.
If you would like an further information, or have any questions please feel free to contact school.
Safer Internet Day 2020
Every year at Street Lane, we celebrate Safer Internet Day by holding a whole school e-safety day. This year, as part of our work to ensure that we all stay safe online at Street Lane Primary we organised a day of activities, centred around how to stay safe when online and knowing what to do if we don’t feel safe.
The theme of the day was ‘Free to be me- exploring online identity’. Throughout the day, children were learning about how to create a good online reputation, how to represent themselves online, what should and shouldn’t be shared and what to do if anything worries them when online. Take a look at our pictures to see what we have been learning.