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Richmond Primary School

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E-safety Trip to Battling Brook

Regarding recent trip

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Did anyone enjoy the trip? What did you learn?

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How safe are your Apps?

Safety of Apps

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Do you ever think about how safe you are on your Apps? Do you know the age restriction?

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music.ly?

Did you know that music.ly is actually a 13+?

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Do you go on it? If so, do you agree with the age restriction?

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E-Safety

Wel­come to our Par­ents and Children’s Page on ‘E-Safety’. 

Richmond Primary School are committed to working with pupils, parents, governors and the whole school community to safeguard children in the digital world. Children learn about E-Safety in lessons, assemblies, through the Digital Leaders’ Termly Newsletter and special days throughout the year. The children are taught how to protect themselves and stay safe online.

 

We hope the information we supply, together with the links to other recommended sites, will help you under­stand more about e-safety.

 

Click here to report a problem

CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) delivers service dedicated to tackling the abuse and exploitation of children in the real and ‘e’ world.  By clicking on the button, young people and parents can get advice on a range of issues such as viruses, hacking and dealing with bullying—you can also report a problem.

 

UK Safer Internet Centre

The UK Safer Internet Centre provides the latest advice on how to use the internet and new technologies safely and responsibly. Visit their site or call their e-safety advice line on 0844 800 2382. If you're a professionals, call the Professionals Online Safety Helpline on 0844 381 4772, which is designed with teachers, social workers and people who work with children and young people in mind.

 

Our 2018 Digital Leaders have just put together 5 Rules for Safe Computing at Richmond School, see below:

URGENT MESSAGE TO PARENTS RE: APPS

Please remember a few “laws” of internet safety:

  • There’s no such thing as privacy in any app.
  • Any app that allows people to upload content is always going to have a very dark side.
  • Any app that is difficult to monitor will have greater risk of abuse. Musical.ly, has an age restriction of 13+, like Instagram and Facebook. This is for your child's safety. 
  • Find out more about these apps:https://protectyoungeyes.com/apps/ this site allows you to click on any of these apps to find out how safe your child is.

 

CLICK HERE FOR E-SAFETY DIGITAL LEADERS NEWLETTER NUMBER 2

LATEST NEWS ON E-SAFETY - CLICK ON A LINK BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE

Working Together to Safeguard Children (By Gov.uk—05.03.18)

Revisions to statutory guidance

 

Google launches new UK online safety educational programmes (By Telecompaper 01.03.18)

Research by Google shows that UK teachers think children should starting learning about online safety at age seven.

 

Teen sexting may be more common than you think (By Reuters 28.02.18)

At least one in four teens are receiving sexually explicit texts and emails, and at least one in seven are sending...

 

Young people spend more than SIX hours a day feeling stressed or worried (by: E-safety Support 01.03.18)

Today marks the start of National Safeguarding Month with UK Youth launching their KeepMeSafe campaign .

 

E-Safety Support Celebrates Five Years of Delivering Outstanding E-safety... (by E-Safety Support 22.02.18)

A look back at the last five years of E-safety Support and a look forward to the future of safeguarding.

 

Digital Friendships Report by E-Safety Support 22.02.18)

Highlights from the UK Safer Internet Centre report into the role of technology in young people's relationships.

 

POLICIES - PLEASE CLICK ON EACH LINK TO VIEW OUR POLICIES:

Acceptable Use Policy for EYFS and KS1

Acceptable Use Policy for KS2

E-Safety Policy

Blogging Policy

 

 2017 - E-Safety Presentation to Parents by the Digital Leaders

Well done to all our Digital Leaders, new and old, for putting together a wonderful presentation to parents on e-safety.  Thank you to all the parents, grandparents and staff who came along to support and listen to our presentation. We hope you found it useful! 

Please click on Extra-Curriculum, Digital Leaders to read their Blog and posts - please feel free to add your own posts relating to the presentation -it's easy to do and children will be so happy to read your feedback!

 

PLEASE NOTE OUR DIGITAL LEADERS ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON THIS YEAR'S (2018) E-SAFETY MEETING TO PARENTS, WHEN A MEMBER FROM POLICE 'PREVENT' TEAM WILL ALSO JOIN US TO OFFER PARENTS/CARERS MORE VALUABLE TIPS ON HOW TO STAY SAFE ONLINE.

 

PLEASE CLICK THE PICTURE BELOW TO VIEW THE POWERPOINT OUR DIGITAL LEADERS PRODUCED FOR KEY STAGE 2 E-SAFETY ASSEMBLY - FEBRUARY 2018.

DIGITAL LEADERS KS2 ASSEMBLY 

 

DIGITAL LEADERS HAVE ALSO DONE A SUCCESSFUL KEY STAGE ONE ASSEMBLY ON TUESDAY, 27TH FEBRUARY (CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW).

KS1 Assembly

WELL DONE CHILDREN FOR GREAT HOMEWORK THIS YEAR (2018) ON E-SAFETY - HERE ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF OUR GREAT HOMEWORK - PRESENTATIONS TO BE UPLOADED SOON!

 E-SAFETY COMPETITION WINNERS (CHOSEN BY DIGITAL LEADERS)

Congratulations to Millie and Chloe in Year 5 for creative homework on E-safety. It was very hard to choose one winner. Many children were given certificates for wonderful homework.  Including:

Sophie 3CS and Dexter 2JC for a great informative PowerPoint.

Jack T in 3CK,  Alfie S in 4LI, Cerys F and Harvey M in 4KB,  Sam B in 5AS and Alfie S in 5AS for a great video.

See below: more to come!

 

 DIGITAL PARENTING MAGAZINE

Your child should soon bring home the next edition of the Digital Parenting Magazine.  This magazine provides great tips to protect your family whilst using technology (such as playstations, phones, tablets, ipads, internet, social media websites).The mag­a­zine brings together experts from around the world to give par­ents the lat­est advice on dig­i­tal issues, such as inline rep­u­ta­tion, loca­tion ser­vices, sex­ting, cyber­bul­ly­ing and ille­gal content.

 CHILDREN 8 AND OVER

Thinky­ouknow web­site -  If you are 8 and over visit the Cyber Cafe click here

Come in to find the lat­est infor­ma­tion on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new tech­nol­ogy. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. If you look after young peo­ple there’s an area for you too – with resources you can use in the class­room, at home or just to get with it. Most impor­tantly, there’s also a place which any­one can use to report if they feel uncom­fort­able or wor­ried about some­one they are chat­ting to online. All the infor­ma­tion here is brought to you by the team at the Child Exploita­tion and Online Pro­tec­tion (CEOP) Cen­tre. We hope you like it!

CHILDREN AGED BETWEEN 5 & 7

If your child is aged between 5–7 explore Hec­tors World, play lots of games and learn all about e-safety.

Click this link to get to Hec­tors World.

We know that the inter­net can be fun. Being cybers­mart can some­times be hard.
Hang out with Hec­tor and his friends to see how to use your com­puter, the inter­net and mobile phone safely. Ask Mum or Dad to help you to visit Hec­tors World.  Here you can have lots of fun watch­ing online video’s and solv­ing puz­zles. There are even colour-in sto­ry­books and songs for you to down­load. You can count on Hec­tor to be your friend in cyber­space and we hope you enjoy dis­cov­er­ing Hector’s World!

www.cybersmart.gov.au — click here for more games

CHILDNET & KIDSMART

Child­net is char­ity that works with young peo­ple all over the world, help­ing them under­stand how to stay safe, when using the inter­net. Use your browser’s back but­ton as you dip from the school web­site to the Child­net web­site and back again.

Click here to go straight to the child­net site called KidSMART.

Click on one of the links below:

Kids­mart Smart Rules — these are very impor­tant to pro­tect you!

Kids­mart Poster Gallery — Wow check this out!

E-SAFETY WEEK

Click on the link below for games specif­i­cally designed to teach chil­dren about e-safety:

http://www.nwlg.org/esafetygames/

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2018

Other use­ful links:

Many par­ents are out of touch with the dan­gers faced by their chil­dren on tablets and smart­phones, accord­ing to a poll by BBC Learn­ing.  Click below for more information:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-26121434

www.getnetwise.org/

www.ceop.police.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zv63d2p

https://parentzone.org.uk/home

E-safety Games and Further Facts and information:

http://www.digital-literwww.thinkuknow.co.uk (good for both KS1 and KS2 including videos etc.)

www.kidsmart.org.uk/parents

www.ceop.gov.uk

www.getnetwise.org

http://www.leics.gov.uk/esafety_primary.pdf

https://www.esafety.gov.au/education-resources/classroom-resources/games-and-quizzes