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This page provides resources and advice to parents and carers about keeping children safe online.  Scroll down for the latest e-safety updates and news.

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E-Safety Advice

Below is a list of resources to support parents in keeping their children safe online.
If you find additional resources that you think would be useful to share, please contact us and we'll be happy to share it.

Please note: the school cannot be held responsible for the content of external sites.

 

How risky is that app?

Know your Snapchats from your WhatsApps. This useful site from NSPCC details social networking sites that children might use and the risks associated with each. (external site)

 

 

 

 

 

Turn parental controls on!

Learn how to turn parental controls on a variety of devices, activate filters for your broadband and much more. Click here (external site) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't be an accidental outlaw!

Stay the right side of the law online! Take this quiz and test your knowledge of the law online Most adults in the UK score 44% (worryingly!) How well with you do? (external site)

 

Advice on cyber-bullying

Get advice for parents on cyberbullying from the DFE - how to spot it and how to prevent it. (external site)

 

Concerned? Visit CEOP

The National Crime Agency's CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account.
If you need advice, or are concerned about your child's internet use, visit their site.(external link)

Latest e-safety updates:

Sent: 9 November 2018
Subject: CHAD WILD CLAY

Youtuber called Chad Wild Clay posts Youtube videos that look and sound very child friendly but when you watch them they are actually about weapons - knives, knuckle gloves that can have blades attached, concealed knives in everyday objects.

The most concerning thing is that these videos are targeting younger children and there is no age restriction attached.  The most concerning thing is that if parents glanced at the youtube video they would think it is suitable for their children to watch as it is just like the videos where children are opening surprise toys.

 

Sent: 15 March 2018 10:06
Subject: SECOND GAME ALERT FOR ROBLOX

Previously we suggested to parents/carers that they monitor the use of the game Roblox.  Please be reminded of this due to a very concerning incident locally of grooming of children.

 

Sent: 13 March 2018 21:11
Subject: APP ALERT - HOUSEPARTY LIVE
Parents need to know that Houseparty - Group Video Chat is a video-focused social media app. Friends (and friends of friends) can communicate with each other via live video and texts. Because there's no screening and the video is live, there's always the possibility of inappropriate content for children.
 

Sent: 06 November 2017 21:17
Subject: 2 APP ALERTS.....

In the last week we have received concerning information regarding the following 2 Apps:
http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/48-hour-challenge-children-are-going-missing-purpose-sick-facebook-game-terrifying-parents-1643472
48-hour challenge: Children going missing on purpose in ...
www.ibtimes.co.uk
Parents are being warned about a viral game on Facebook where children deliberately go missing for 48 hours in a competition to see who can get the most attention.
 
https://www.moviestarplanet.com/
MovieStarPlanet - Fame, Fortune and Friends.
www.moviestarplanet.com
MoviestarPlanet - a social game for kids, teens & tweens. Play dress up, be creative with Artbooks & star in movies. Have fun in a safe online network. Fame, fortune ...

 

 

Sent: 21 September 2017 21:09
Subject: APP ALERT - LIVE ME
 
Live me  - we want to make parents aware of concerns about children and young people using a popular live streaming mobile app Live.me. The app allows its users to post live broadcasts and receive “tips” from other users for completing specific tasks during live broadcasts. These “tips” are in the form “gold coins” and can be exchanged for money. Users then have the ability to either delete the recording of the live broadcast or post it on their profile. The app also does not have any restrictions on the age an individual needs to be to create an account.
Understandably, this app has attracted young people who may not be equipped to understand the dangers of recording and sharing sexual videos or engaging in sexual activity while streaming live video feeds. They need to understand that anyone on the other end of the live feed can capture a still image or video of them engaged in that activity – all without their knowledge.
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