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Esafety: Keeping Safe Online

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The NSPCC Share Aware website is all about helping your child stay safe on social networks. This is a useful website for parents.
In school we use CEOP's Thinkuknow website to teach ESafety to the children, KS1 are familiar will Hector's World and KS2 use the Cyber Café to learn about staying safe.

We tell our children to share but online it's different. Sometimes sharing online can be dangerous. Parents need to be Share Aware to keep children safe online.

The internet can be a difficult place to keep up to date with — many adults feel out of their depth and out of date. The NSPCC Share Aware campaign is for parents of children aged 8-12 to help to provide reassurance and give you everything you need to keep your children safe.

Their website gives straightforward advice that will untangle the web to allow your child to be safe whilst making the most of all the internet can offer and you to feel more confident with what they are asking. Being Share Aware makes it safer.

The NSPCC have produced a parents guide to the social networks kids want to use so you can stay up to date and keep your child safe in today's digital world. They have reviewed sites, apps and games to provide details about what it is about, age restrictions, privacy settings, safety advice and rate the content under various headings. It is clear and easy to follow. Remember age restrictions are put in place for a reason, children below that age are at risk from the content. Most social media sites have a minimum age of 13. It reviews many sites including Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Snapchat, Club Penguin, Pintrest, Skype and many more.
Be aware of the sites and apps your child is using.

The NSPCC Share Aware leaflet can be found here.
A link to their Net Aware website can be found here.

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