The world wide web is invaluable in today’s climate as a source of information and a medium for communication. It is however, vitally important that certain protocol is followed to ensure personal safety is protected at all times. Online Safety is taught to children in school as part of the curriculum, through the use of Digital Leaders and assemblies, and it is reinforced whenever the children access the web. The use of the internet in school is strictly filtered via Smoothwall and the tightest security is in place at all times.
We encourage parents, carers and family members to read the information on the links below and take action to protect their children when they are online at home. The web can then be used to its full potential and greatly benefit your children’s education.
National Online Safety
Online Safety Guide for Parents
Technology evolves at an incredibly fast pace so it can be hard to keep up with the latest trends. The information provided below is designed to help keep your children and family safe when learning and playing online.
*Please note that some of the information below is from approved outside sources, such as CEOP, BBC, ThinkUKnow & LGFL.
Wake Up Wednesday - A series of information leaflets for parents related to internet safety. Check our Twitter Page for updates
Yubo (Wake Up Wednesday)
What's App (Wake Up Wednesday)
Respect Online (Wake Up Wednesday)
Keeping Your Family Safe Using YouTube (Wake Up Wednesday)
Setting up new devices safely for your family (Wake Up Wednesday)
TMSS Online Safety Newsletters
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