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Woodlands Park Primary School

Woodlands Park Primary School

E-Safety

E-Safety is very important for our children of today.  We take e-safety very seriously and aim to deliver high quality curriculum which will equip them with the skills and the integrity needed to stay safe online in the modern world.  If you have any questions or require any further support please contact the school.

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DO YOU KNOW HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD STAY SMART?

NSPCC

For advice and support on setting up parental controls, adjusting, privacy settings, understanding social networks and more, visit the NSPCC website.

NSPCC visited the school on 24 April 2017 and held a KS1 & KS2 assembly to share important information about the work of the NSPCC and remind the children on how to keep themselves safe from harm and get help if they have any worries.  The children also took part in a voluntary fundraising activity and raised an amazing £2,586.51.

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Safer Internet Day (Next date 05 February 2019) 

This is an annual event which was held in our school during the week of 5 March 2018 culminating in a visit from Peter Bower with an E-Safety talk to parents from South West Grid for Learning .  Go to their website for more useful information.

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Childnet International 

Lots of information for young people on e-safety, including scenarious and games. It also provides free information leaflets for parents, a teacher area and factsheets.

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Kidsmart 

Kidsmart provides e-Safety information and guidance, whilst offering games and competitions for young people.

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 Common Sense Media - Reviews & AGE Ratings - Best Movies, Books, Apps, Games for Kids

Common Sense Media improves the lives of kids and families by providing independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media.

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 Thinkuknow

Thinkuknow is the education programme from the National Crime Agency's CEOP command.  Thinkuknow aims to empower children and young people aged 5-17 to identify risks they may face online and know where they can go for support.

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