At school, we are teaching children to be 21st century learners. We encourage our pupils to use modern technology to support their learning. New technology when used appropriately is a brilliant tool but there are some dangers that all users need to be made aware of.
At Hanbury, we teach e-safety every week as part of our computing curriculum. We show children what to do if they find something inappropriate whilst using the internet in school and advise them what to do when they are at home.
COMPUTING AND E-SAFETY POLICIES
Policy updates to follow
Up to Date Advice for Parents
For up-to-date advice on using digital technology, Parent info is a very informative website. It has advice on games, apps, safety, and lots more.
Please click on the link below for the website.
Facebook has relaunched its safety centre and bullying prevention hub. It provides information on bullying for teens, parents and educators, including what to do if a child is bullying others.
There is also a new parent’s portal. https://www.facebook.com/safety/parents
Below are links to some of the main broadband providers in the UK and how to apply parental controls such as filters that could help to protect your child when using the Internet. They are short videos that take you through how to filter out content that you think in unsuitable for your children.
No filter or parental controls tool is 100% effective, and many of the risks that young people face online are because of their own and other's behaviour. It is therefore important to talk to your children about staying safe online and make sure they know that they can turn to you if they get into any difficulty.
Below are some useful websites that will give you lots of information about keeping your child safe online and what to do if any problems arise.