Computing and Online Safety

Computers, laptops, tablets, phones, other electronic toys and equipment are all an important part of the life of children and adults. The booklets and links below are designed to help families understand what we do in school, how you can help to support this at home and how you can help to keep your children safe.

Please click here for link to ‘The ultimate parent guide for protecting your child on the internet’

Please click here for a guide to protecting your child’s privacy online.

Please click here for Family of Schools E-Safeguarding Newsletter

Please click here for our booklet about how we teach computing at Waterthorpe

Please click here for a list of computing activities you could do at home

Please click here for an online Safety advice booklet

Please click here for information and advice about Live Streaming

The website links below provide advice and resources linked to keeping children safe online:

Please click here for link to CEOP where you can report any online behaviour that you are worried about

Please click here for a link to Hector’s World, an online resource for children to learn about e-safety

Please click here for Digiduck e-safety book for young children

Please click here for ‘Think You Know’ resources and advice for different ages groups

Please click here for advice for parents on keeping children safe online

Please click here for further resources on internet safety for 3 to 11 year old children

Please click here for an online reputation checklist

Please click here for advice about young people and social networking