At North Elmham Primary School we hold children’s safety as our highest priority. This is why we take the matter of e-Safety very seriously and employ an extensive e-Safety programme. We seek to ensure that children across the school become increasingly aware of how to keep themselves safe on-line, protect their identity, recognise cyber-bullying and what to do about it. For more details read our e-Safety policy.
Below are a few websites we would like to sign-post you to so that you are better informed and armed with the resources you need to integrate e-Safety into your households.
We hope you will take some time to explore these resources and think about how you will approach e-Safety at home.
Think You Know is a comprehensive website with a wide range of e-Safety resources relevant to children from age 5 to 14+ with fun, interactive activities and videos. There is also a parents area with some great ideas on how to approach e-Safety with your children.
Child Internet Safety is aimed at providing practical e-Safety tips for parents. You can also subscribe to a free e-Safety digital magazine or ‘e-zine’ which is packed with advice and keeps you up to date with current issues.