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Staying Safe Online
As a parent the world of online safety can be confusing and overwhelming. There is so much information out there and often the children are so much further ahead in their understanding.
E-Safety is just as important as teaching your child about stranger danger or what to do in a fire.
At Tubbenden school we promote e-safety in all aspects of ICT usage.
The 'Think you know' and ‘Digizen’ websites contain information and games for all age groups as well as access to the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) centre to report any incidents involving the internet.
Latest Online Safety Bulletins
- Online Safety Bulletin Childrens mental health and the internet 10 02 2020
- Online Safety Bulletin Facebook 03 02 2020
- Online Safety Bulletin Minecraft 27 01 2020
http://www.commonsensemedia.org (A website that allows you to find out more about the games/apps your child may wish to play or are currently playing)