E-Safety

  E-Safety Guides

  Be Cyber Safe
  Be Smart on the Internet
  Childnet - Parental Guidance
  Parents Guide to Facebook
  Facebook - Checklist
  Facebook - Privacy Controls
  Google - SafeSearch
  Top Tips - Ipad Safety
  Top Tips - Iphone Safety
  Keeping up with children on the internet
  Music, Film, TV and the internet - Guide for Parents
  Online Gaming Safety
  Share Aware - How to keep children safe online
  Make the most of Windows 7, Parental Controls
  XBox360 - Parental Controls
  YouTube Safety

At Saint Elizabeth’s we recognise the importance of safeguarding children in a digital world.  We therefore aim to develop our children as responsible technology users who have a clear understanding of safe internet use. Our computing lessons include e-safety for all year groups, and all children and parents are asked to sign our acceptable use policy.

On this page you will find some useful documents and links to help you with all aspects of staying safe online. If you have any questions or concerns regarding e-safety you are welcome to speak to our computing leader Mr Gresty.

 

Further Information

For further information upon e-safety, parents can access the following websites (click to access the link):

Parent Information from CEOP and Parent Zone

 

E-Safety Links

Think U Know
CEOP Safety Centre
Internet Matters
NSPCC - Share Aware
Safety Net Kids