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Esafety Parent Workshop

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E- Safety Talk — Cheshire Police
Thursday March 10th at 3.30pm

As you will be well aware, E-safety is very much in the news and as a parent you will want to help keep your child safe on-line and on their mobile phones but it can often seem a daunting task as your child ask to use apps and sites such as Instagram/Snapchat/imessage/Facetime/Facebook/Twitter/You Tube and gaming, e.g. Xbox, Play Station etc. Whilst we do teach e-safety in school, the advice of an expert is always welcome.

The internet can be a difficult place to keep up to date with -- many adults feel out of their depth and out of date as things change so quickly. 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.

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, including Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Snapchat, Club Penguin, Pintrest, Skype and many more. Many children in Y4, Y5 and Y6, and especially as they move onto high school, feel peer pressure to use social media sites. It is important you know and understand the sites/apps your children are using or wish to use.

We have therefore organised a Y4, Y5 and Y6 e-safety talk with our Police School Liaison Officer, who will be accompanied by PC Nick Jarvis, to talk through keeping safe on-line on Thursday 10th March in school time.

They will be also be leading a similar session for parents of Y4-6 pupils and staff to give advice about keeping our children safe on-line. This will be on the SAME day AFTER SCHOOL from 3.30-4.30pm in the Y6 classroom.
This session will be suitable for ADULTS only. Children can be booked into OOSC (usual costs apply).

If your child is using mobiles phones, cameras, tablets, laptops or any other device to access the internet or use apps we would strongly recommend you attend this E-Safety talk.

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