In this technological age where computers are an integral aspect of our modern lives our main aim is to ensure that children are safe users of technology. At Village Primary we want to raise safe and healthy children who are mindful, active producers of technology not mindless consumers. Children need to know how to navigate the online world safely, maturely and sensitively; ensuring they use their critical, ‘computational thinking’ skills when presented with a range of views and information that will enable them to participate effectively and safely in a digital world.

For the second year running Village Priamry School have been award the National Online Saftey safety award.

 

There are a range of online resources where you can find out more about keeping children safe (click on each one to go to the website).

Safer Internet – Tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online

NSPCC Online Safety – It can be hard to know how to talk to your child about online safety. From setting up parental controls to advice on sexting, online games and video apps, we can help you to understand the risks and keep your child safe.

Think U Know – Internet safety advice with links to CEOP (the Child Exploration and Online Protection Centre).

 

Childnet – On this website you will find all the information you need to keep your child safe online.

National Online Safety – a range of guides to support you in a range of apps, gadgets and devices.

We also have a range of guides you can download below from the National Online Safety site to support you in keeping our children safe.

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Online Safety for Under 5's Guide
Supporting Children to Deal with Upsetting Content Guide
Scary Content Guide
Christmas Online Activities
YouTube guide
Age inappropriate content guide
Cryptocurrency guide
Netflix guide
Share Kindness Online
Be Kind Online guide
Play Station 5 guide
X-box guide
Among Us guide
Remote Learning guide
Tik Tok guide
Call of Duty guide

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