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e-Safety Guide for Parents

As a parent you’ll probably know how important the internet is to young people. They use it to learn, play, socialise and express themselves in all types of creative ways. This may be through sharing photographs and videos, blogging, gaming, or even developing their own apps.

The technology young people use in their daily lives can seem daunting. You might worry about the risks they face online, such as bullying, contact from strangers, as well as the possibility of access to inappropriate or illegal content. To help them to stay safe, it’s important that you understand how your child uses the internet and the safety measures that they should take.

So...if you want to know more about how to stay safe in cyberspace, report incidents to service providers, block unwanted contact, learn about how your digital footprints may affect job prospects or even just keep up with your children...then the e-Safety section of the Northfield School website provides guidance to help with this.

School E-safety Policy
National Online Safety
Digital safety quiz – How much do you know?
Friendbook page – Can you spot the risky practise?
How much do you know?
Digital footprints
Do’s and don’ts
E-safety – ‘how to’ instructions
Facebook privacy – e-safety lesson

Advice Leaflets:

Contacts and Help

Remember – there is always someone who can help. Do NOT suffer in silence – TELL SOMEONE!