Miss L Hitchings - Online Safety Co-Ordinator
Mrs P Oliver - Designated Safeguarding Governor
Safer Internet day 8th February
Safer Internet Day is a global campaign to promote the safe and responsible use of technology, which calls on young people, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, companies, policymakers and more, to join together in helping to create a better internet.
Tips and advice
Reviews and information about games, apps, TV shows and websites from-commonsense.org
Please complete this survey monkey on how your children use the internet at home.
Digital Parenting is a magazine that has been designed to help families to live better digital lives. The magazine is sponsored by Vodafone who can play a crucial role in supporting families to promote their children’s online safety. It can be challenging to keep pace with the latest devices, apps, games and the way young people use them: when used appropriately, the digital world brings exciting opportunities that can enrich family life.
Digital Parenting is the go-to guide for parents and carers to get up to speed on the latest digital technology and wellbeing issues so families can get the most out of the online world and navigate it safely. Vodafone have also launched the Digital Parenting hub where families can find even more practical advice, top tips and expert views to help to shape important conversations with children about their digital life.
Keep an eye on @VodafoneUK and vodafone. co.uk/digitalparenting for more updates throughout the year and the following is the current magazine:
This page provides information which will help you and your children stay safe online at school and at home.
Children at Manor Fields use the Internet on a regular basis as part of their learning. Technology enhances learning and we want to ensure pupils get the most from it by encouraging responsible online behaviour. In school, we use a filtering system which prevents children accessing inappropriate sites.
We teach online safety to year groups 1-6 as part of their Computing curriculum and through their everyday use of InformationTechnology.
At home, sometimes children can be given unsupervised access to the Internet. This potentially allows them to access all kinds of sites, both age-appropriate and inappropriate.
We would encourage all parents/carers to talk about internet safety with their children.
Please see below for useful internet links and advice though we cannot be held responsible for content on these sites:
NSPCC/O2 Online Safety Helpline: This helpline provides practical, technical advice including parental controls on electronic devices, adjusting privacy settings, understanding social networks, and information about online gaming. 0808 800 5002
Click here for a copy of the latest Digital Parenting Magazine (2021)
For more up-to-date news, please see our school notice board for internet safety news!
Manor Fields Safer Internet Policies :
- Pupil Acceptable Use Policy Agreement for Reception & KS1
- Pupil Acceptable Use Policy Agreement for KS2
As parents and carers you are invited to take part in internet safety training to learn more about keeping your child/children safe online. The following link will lead you onto an online training course (approximately 20 minutes to complete) that will provide you with information to support your understanding of possible internet safety problems. Please feel free to complete this if it is of interest to you.
If you would like to report an issue regarding staying safe online, for you or your children, you can do so by clicking the "Report an Issue" button below :
You can also report any safer internet issues via SMS by texting MAN3 + your message to 078600 21584