Thank you to all of the parents who attended the e-Safety workshop this morning. Following on from the points raised and questions asked, please go to the e-Safety blog page for links to guides on how to set parental controls through your ISP's router.
Please find the presentation that was used during the workshop for your reference.
Common Sense Media is a brilliant website offering details on how to keep your children safe whilst using the internet. They rate films and TV series for their appropriateness and give recommended ages for various apps and games.
Two recent articles published on the site are hyper-linked below:
One Easy Thing You Can Do To Improve Your Relationship With Your Child
Ten Ways To Help Your Child Get A Good Night's Sleep
Separately, Vodafone have published the new issue of their Digital Parenting magazine. See the back catalogue here or go to the Parents' e-Safety blog.
More e-Safety resources can be accessed here.
This week is Anti-Bullying Week. We will be working with the children on Anti-Bullying all the way through November but this week we are focusing on Cyber Bullying. There will be a Parents' Workshop on Tuesday at 9.30am after our whole school assembly. In addition to this, parents can visit the e-Safety page to get further advice and information.
Since 1st February 2017, Scotholme Primary is part of the Shine MAT.
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