At Seahouses we take Online-Safety very seriously. The topic is built into our Computing curriculum for each year group. We cover aspects like online bullying, secure passwords, spam and phishing, copy write and plagiarism, digital footprints and keeping safe online It is our responsibility at Seahouses to ensure children are taught to use digital media safely and manage the risks in order to get the most out of what the internet has to offer.
Many parents know less about being online than their children. It can therefore feel difficult to make sure that your child or young adult is being safe in the online environment they spend so much time in. We have linked websites below that offer a range of advice on keeping safe online. These pages are dedicated to the safety of children when using digital technology such as the internet, e-mail, mobile phones and social networking sites. The links below will direct you to resources which can help with your awareness of the risks of this technology and how to keep everyone safe online.
The CEOP website is where a child or parent can report online abuse or concerns.
|UK Safer Internet Centre||Click here|
|NSPCC - Online Safety||Click here|
|Childnet International||Click here|
|National Online Safety||Click here|
|UK Council (Internet Safety)||Click here|
|Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP)||Click here|
|Tiktok Guide for Parents (Tiktok & National PTA)|