Friday 1st April
Each and every family, and their internet usage, vary greatly.
You may have a single child of Reception age, or you could have six children ranging in age from 16 all the way down to 3 years old.
Because of this, the risks they face, and knowledge you need to guide your family safely through the World Wide Web, are also different.
However there is now a fantastic service available through the Internet Matters web site.
By just answering a few questions about your family and your children’s digital habits, you will receive your very own personalised online safety toolkit.
This toolkit will include…
- Age-specific advice to support your children online
- Information about popular apps and platforms your children use
- Guidance on how to deal with any online safety concerns
- Recommendations for digital tools to support their interests and wellbeing
Therefore we recommend you take just the few minutes to complete the short questionnaire on the below web site, then sit back and await your very own personalised online safety toolkit to arrive into your inbox for digesting at your leisure.
Finally, please remember that should you have any concerns about any of these weekly e-safety tips or anything you or your child see online, please do not hesitate to speak to either your child’s teacher or a member of St James’ management team.