The internet is amazing. Children can play, learn, create and connect - opening up a whole world of exciting possibilities. But how do you keep track of what they do on-line? How do you keep your child safe?
The NSPCC has teamed up with O2 and you can call them for help.
Help-line phone: 0808 800 5002
High Schools tell us that issues that start on social media can quickly become everyday issues at school. It is happening more and more every year.
Children's online world - in numbers*
During the Spring Term of 2022 we carried out a pupil survey. We asked Key Stage 2 pupils lots of questions but below is a flavour of the data it generated:
We teach children to recognise this symbol. You can also click the CEOP report button to contact online police.
Please remind your children that if they are using DB Primary they can click the whistle to report problems or concerns...... see the example screen shot below:
The NSPCC website provides guides to Social Media, Video, Chat and Online games apps. Links to guides for the most commonly used are below
Social Media Apps
A guide to Social Media apps - Click Here
Instagram Snapchat Facebook
A guide to Video apps - Click Here
A guide to Chat Apps - Click Here
Online Game Apps
A guide to Online Game Apps - Click Here