Howletch Lane Primary School

Howletch Lane Primary School

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E-Safety

We hope you are keeping well during these difficult and uncertain times.

With children and young people relying on their tech at home for learning and entertainment during lockdown, it remains vital to keep conversations about online safety going and raise awareness of reporting routes if something goes wrong.

Here's a summary of the Thinkuknow resources available to you to deliver remote learning, education in your setting, and help parents and carers to support their child at home.

Online safety at home packs

Simple 15 minute activities families can do to support their child's online safety at home. Packs are available for ages 4 to 14+. Parents can also watch our video guides on different online safety topics.
 

Online safety toolkits

For face-to-face learning:

Bitesize activities and worksheets based on our home activity packs that you can deliver to children and young people face-to-face in your education setting. The toolkits can be used with ages 5 to 14+.
 

NEW for online learning:

Adapted versions of our online safety toolkits for ages 5 to 10 with editable slides and video lessons for use on your online learning platform. 

Further resources for use with secondary-aged young people coming soon.

 

E-Safety

It is very important that everyone uses the internet safely.  During February we have a 'Safer Internet Week' when we highlight the dangers and promote the safety aspects of using the internet.  Pupils in upper Key Stage 2 will receive an age appropriate talk and workshop on cyber-bullying and how to prevent it. We will be inviting parents to attend this talk and will send a newsletter nearer the time. 

 

For more information about e-safety follow the links on this e-safety page.

If you would like to see our policy about e-safety please contact the school.

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