I am sure you are aware what games your children are playing at home, however below are some helpful tips on online gaming. As a school we are monitoring the websites that are accessible and are doing our best to block gaming sites.
Year 5, looked at the acronym SMART in their PSHE lesson. This is an important lesson on internet safety, and hopefully the children are more aware of how to stay safe.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker
Don’t switch off when they switch on. Regularly review security settings on your children’s online devices #ItsNotOkay
The mother of a young boy who was sexually abused after being groomed on his games console has spoken out.
She is urging parents and carers to be vigilant in the hope it’ll stop any other family going through the same horrific ordeal.
Spot the signs of child sexual exploitation: change in appearance, borrowing clothes from others, always tired, unexplained relationships with older people, staying out late, not returning home, unexplained gifts #ItsNotOkay
Child sexual exploitation is never the victim’s fault. If it’s happening to you or someone you know, help is available. Report it now. Visit: http://www.itsnotokay.co.uk/get-help/
Child sexual exploitation can happen anywhere. Be vigilant about your child’s safety and trust your gut instinct. If something doesn’t feel right, it may not be #ItsNotOkay
Worried your child might have been groomed online? Help is available. Visit http://www.itsnotokay.co.uk/get-help/ #ItsNotOkay