Introduction to eSafety The digital world is an exciting place for children and adults but often it can be hard to keep up with how rapidly things are developing and changing and to make sure that, while children have the chance to learn and play online, they are kept safe. Below you will find a wide range of resources aimed mainly at adults to help to keep you informed.

eSafety tips for parents of children aged 6-10

Downloads

Download InternetMatters - eSafety Guidance for Parents of primary aged children (PDF, 192.35 kb)
Tips on how to keep your child online.
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - May 2016 (PDF, 6.17 mb)
This is a new digital magazine about eSafety for Parents and Teachers. It is written by the excellent Alan Mackenzie (eSafety Adviser). The first edition covers a range of topics including: Privacy and personal information; Using YouTube to engage children; ooVoo app; Sexting; Useful links and resources. You can also go to Alan's site (see below) for more guidance and future issues.
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - June 2016 (PDF, 4.03 mb)
This month Alan Mackenzie looks at: Vulnerability and his frustration at the lack of resources. Student voice - how he engages students in e-safety topics. 'Don't share personal information' - is this good information for children? YouTube for Kids - new app review
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - Sept 2016 (PDF, 2.37 mb)
This month's issues takes a brief look at online addiction, sexting, has a new SEN section and a guest article on cyberbullying.
Download LSCB What is Pokemon-Go? (PDF, 513.29 kb)
A simple fact sheet from Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board on the Augmented Reality game Pokemon-Go.
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - Nov 2016 (PDF, 3.93 mb)
This month's issues takes a brief look at bullying, SEND and self-harm
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - Jan 2017 (PDF, 2.21 mb)
This issue looks at all things connected with social media
Download eSafety Adviser - Ditto Magazine - Apr 2017 (PDF, 1.71 mb)
Whole School Approach to eSafety
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