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Supporting children at home with online safety.

Here's fours things you can do support your child, whatever their age, to be safer online.

How to support your child at home

  1. Use the opportunity to chat with your child. The most important thing you can do is to chat little and often with children about online games/ apps.
  2. Explore Thinkuknow resources together. Thinkuknow is the online safety education programme used at school and will support parents at home.
  3. Remind children to report anything worrying, and how they can do this. It is important that children and young people know how to report worries to an adult or on the games/apps and also through CEOP. The CEOP button can be found on our website.
  4. Set up or review your parental controls. Setting parental controls can be a quick and effective tool to help protect your child at home.

Please click the link below for more infomation on this.

How to support your child when they are at home (thinkuknow.co.uk)

At the bottom of this page are some popular apps/ games advice. 


Below are some facts and hints to help keep your child safe online at home.

We have become aware that some of our children have been watching Huggy Wuggy and Poppy Playtime. This online programme may appear to be aimed for young children but the content is not appropriate for primary aged children. please see the link below for more information. 

Huggy Wuggy and Poppy Playtime Online Safety Review - Update - Safer Schools (oursaferschools.co.uk)


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