e-Safety


At Monkton CEP School we take e-safety very seriously.  We believe it is right for all children to feel safe and secure when using technology.
 

e-Safety for Parents

Remember the Golden Rules of internet safety

Below are some links to a number of Tip Sheets which give practical advice on how to deal with a variety of issues that your child might encounter online: 

 

The following webpages and guides contain lots of useful information about staying safe online:

Kent Guidance

Get Safe Online

UK Safer Internet Centre

Internet Matters

Microsoft Family Advice

 

Gaming

Ask About Games - advice on computer gaming and parental controls

Pegi - information about games rating

 

Mobile phones

Carphone Warehouse - guide to mobile web safety

EE Digital Living resources - for schools and parents/carers.

Vodaphone Safety - Advice from Vodaphone

02 Child Protection Information

e-Safety

Safer Internet Day 2017 - Top Tips for Young People & Parents          Updated: 08/02/2017     (187 KB)
Safer Internet Day 2017          Updated: 02/02/2017     (304 KB)
Computer Contract for children          Updated: 12/12/2016     (300 KB)
Tablet Contract for children          Updated: 12/12/2016     (324 KB)
Smartphone Contract for children          Updated: 12/12/2016     (331 KB)
Games Systems Contract for children          Updated: 12/12/2016     (326 KB)
e-safety scheme used at Monkton CEP School          Updated: 31/07/2016     (382 KB)
SWGfL have produced schemes of learning for all year groups, from Foundation Stage to Keystage 5. These are based on Common Sense Media’s FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum, which empowers learners to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. These 21st-century skills are essential for children and young people to harness the full potential of technology for learning.
Pokémon Go - A Parent's Guide          Updated: 18/07/2016     (262 KB)
Pokémon Go has become a gaming phenomenon – the augmented reality game can transform familiar surroundings into adventure playgrounds and its simple rules make it accessible for families to play together. But with reports of accidents and muggings, this guide examines what parents can do to combat Pokémon danger.
Child Online Safety Guide for Parents          Updated: 20/05/2016     (261 KB)
Golden Rules Poster          Updated: 18/02/2016     (228 KB)
Safety Online          Updated: 18/02/2016     (109 KB)