E - Safety

Staying Safe On-Line

Article 13; Every child must be free to say what they think and to seek all kinds of information, as long as it is within the law.

 

E safety means staying safe on the internet and staying out of trouble in places like chat rooms and other social sites such Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, Twitter, MSN etc. It also ensures that one does not download things such as viruses. Make sure that your child is safe whilst using the computer on-line.

E Safety Week Assembly

For E Safety Week the pupils through out the school are made aware of the SMART rules to use when using the internet. It is important to follow these rules in order to stay SAFE and SECURE when using the net. Primary performed an assembly relating to this. Remember...listen to the advice of the SuperSmarts!

S - Stay Safe

M - Never Meet

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R - Not all information is reliable

T - TELL. Always tell an adult

Primary 5 E Safety Assembly

Parents

Advice -  Keeping Your Children Safe

The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us, this can all be a bit too much. The following links to various sites I hope you may find useful.

Child Net

NSPCC

ThinkYouKnow

 

Kids

Staying Safe on Line

The following website links contain good videos about staying safe on-line. Enjoy watching them...and remember,,,STAY SAFE ON-LINE.

Its OK to Tell

Be Safer Online

Know the Rules

Internet Safety Every Day

What Do You Share Your Details With?