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There are lots of websites on the internet, where you can get helpful hints and advice about keeping YOU and YOUR Children safe at all times whilst you are surfing the net.

 

The internet and social media sites can be fun if used in the correct way. They can also be very dangerous for all if used in a careless and unsupervised way.

 

Here at the Queensmead Primary Academy we are committed to the safety and well-being of all our children. Therefore we have put together some of the best places for you to look to ensure your child is safe whilst at home.

 

Simply click on one of the pictures below and you will be redirected the site of your choice.

 

Also at the bottom of this page you will find lots of information that you can download and look through.

 

NSPCC Share Aware Campaign

 

The NSPCC are running a campaign this year to highlight the issues with social networking sites, and what can happen when something is uploaded to a site without the correct security measures being in place to protect the person or photo/video that was uploaded. Within seconds that image can become global.

 

Children are using social networking sites without knowing all the risks and dangers that are involved. It is therefore really important for us to educate them as much as we can.

 

Click on the image above to access the NSPCC share aware web page.

 

Green Cross Code For E-Safety

 

Three simple rules to help keep you safe on-line

Download a copy of this poster below

Have a look on the KidSMART Website for lots of useful hints and tips to keep you safe on the internet, or just click a picture below

The KidSMART Rules keep you safe online

Below you can download your own version of this poster

Childnet is charity that works with young people all over the world, helping them understand how to stay safe, when using the internet.
 

Use your browser's back button as you dip from the Academy website to the Childnet website and back again.

 

Do show your parents because there's a section for them.

You could look on the CBBC Website or click below for thier stay safe on-line tips

Another good Website to have a look at is ThinkUKnow, for more tips on Internet Safety.

The British Council have prepared these 5 Golden Rules to follow when using Social Media Sites

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