Keeping Safe Online (e-safety) info for parents and pupils
Please also refer to the NBJS Media tab under Key Information for videos produced in school with helpful hints on e-safety and the same route via the children tab (NBJS Blog)
Info for parents: How to set parental controls on your child's device/access
The majority of social media sites have a minimum age of 13 years. Advice here for those responsible parents who want to enforce the age restriction.
e-safety guide for parental control over You Tube content
Information how varying levels of You Tube content can be managed
Swiggle is a child-friendly search engine from the Online Safety experts at SWGfL. Designed to make searching the internet for images or content more than just a bit hit and miss. Swiggle can help you with your first steps on the road to better online searching.
Swiggle can be used on computers in school, and at home.
Find out more here: https://swiggle.org.uk/parents/
Year 6 keeping safe online
To help support your children online, here are some useful links which provides guidance for a range of different online platforms and apps.
Guidance for parents
Please find below guidance shared by National Online Safety.