Woodmanstern Primary

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Online safety

Online safety (or E-safety) is fundamental at Woodmansterne. Online safety lessons and discussions are part of the PSHE and Computing curriculum and also happen regularly through assemblies. Pupils are taught about 8 key areas:

  • Self-image and identity
  • Online relationships
  • Online reputations
  • Online bullying
  • Managing online information
  • Health well-being and lifestyle
  • Privacy and security
  • Copyright and ownership

To support parents we post information in 'Woody News' weekly and signpost parents to guides and websites to help support your child at home in the digital world. Below you can find the guides that have recently been featured in Woody News.

If you are worried about an online issue, please contact your child's teacher, or tutor, or a member of the senior leadership team who will be able to help you.

Online safety advice and information posters (thank you to https://nationalonlinesafety.com/ for their advice and posters):

Setting device controls:
Android set controls on the device
I-Phone set controls on the device
Apple Guided Access
I-phone set controls
Android set controls

Apps and games: 
Omegle
Online Safety tips
Group chats
YouTube
Reddit
Telegram
Age Ratings
Whatsapp Safety
Snap chat Safety
TikTok
Roblox

Online conduct:
Online Safety for Under 5's
Online fair play
Kindness online
Online hate and Bullying
Netflix
Squid games
Top Tips for Respect online

General advice:
The Metaverse
Loneliness Online
Ofcome Children and parents media use reports
Screen Addiction
Supporting children to deal with upsetting content
What parents need to know about age ratings
NSPCC Keeping children safe online
UK safer Internet Centre
Parent Zone
Social Media and Mental Health 
Talking to your child about the online world
Tips for children with new devices
Back to School Online Safety
Social Media Scams
The Ofcome Children and Parents: Media Use and Attitudes
Screen Zombie 

Link to safeguarding page here