E-Safety

Keeping up to date with what your children are doing online can seem daunting. Technology is constantly advancing and sometimes parents feel that their children know more about the internet than they do.

E-safety is taken very seriously at Woburn Lower School, with the children taking part in online safety lessons regularly. Lessons are age appropriate and involve the use of games, activities and discussion on how children can stay safe online.

Whatever their age, there are many organisations and agencies offering practical and easy advice on the steps you can take as a parent to keep them as safe as possible.

If you feel you would like any further advice please don’t hesitate to pop in and speak to a member of staff.

 

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection
command of the National Crime Agency.

Has something happened online that has made
you feel worried or unsafe? Make a report to one
of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors
 
Thinkuknow is an education programme from the
National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command
(Child Exploitation and Online Protection)There
are age appropriate resources and games for
children, explaining how to stay safe on the
internet, along with a parent section with lots of
useful advice.
 
Childnet International, a non-profit organisation
working with others to help make the internet a
great and safe place for children.
 
A partnership of three leading organisations:
SWGfL, Childnet International and Internet Watch
Foundation with one mission - to promote the
safe and responsible use of technology for young
people.
 
NSPCC website giving advice on how to keep
children safe online.
Please click here for our E-safeguarding Policy