Welcome to Meadowlane Primary School's online safety page.
** UPDATED May, 2020 - Covid-19 Guidance **
Here you will find the very latest Government guidance for keeping safe online during this pandemic. This guidance contains useful tips and links to resources and further support to keep you safe online.
Online safety at home - Support and resources for parents and carers
These activities are based on familiar lessons for the children delivered by School Community Police Officers in schools and are carefully designed to reinforce School Beat's most important key safeguarding Internet safety messages.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) have launched an #OnlineSafetyAtHome campaign to support parents and carers during the COVID-19 outbreak and the closure of schools.
With many children now having increased access to the internet, this campaign intends to provide families with support and resources to explore online safety issues with their children.
The NCA have provided home activity packs for parents and carers to work on with their children. Each pack contains two 15-minute simple and fun activities, designed to be delivered using ‘Thinkuknow’ content.
Keeping Kids Safe Online Webinar for Parents and Carers webinar.
The NSPCC and O2 are working in partnership to offer free sessions on keeping your family safe online.
The 30 min webinar will provide parents and carers with information on:
The session will include an online presentation and a series of videos. The facilitator will also highlight at the beginning whether the session will allow for questions to be asked by participants.
Once registered, participants will receive an agenda and details of how to join the webinar.
We at Meadowlane believe that it is vitally important that parents/guardians and children are aware of the positives and negatives that being online can bring for our children. The internet can be a great tool for education, however it can also have safety issues that we should all be aware of.
Here are some useful websites which contain safety advice regarding matters of Online Safety:
Please feel free to contact the school to ask for advice regarding any online safety issues that you may be experiencing. As a school will do our best to help and advise on the best course of action to take.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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