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Internet Safety

 

Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine

Vodafone Digital Parenting with Vodafone was developed to provide parents with all the information they need about technology and the family.  With how to guides to help set up parental controls and information on Facebook, as well as a wealth of articles from leading experts, it\'s a one stop shop for any parent looking to take back control of their children\'s digital lives. Or at least understand it a bit more!

You can view the latest magazine and all previous editions online.

To view the first issue of the Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine click here.
To view Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine 2 
click here.
To view the special edition 
click here
To view the Digital Parenting 3 click
here

Click on the link below for information on how to keep your children safe when using the internet.

internet safety

 

At Minchinhampton, we promote the use of ICT to enhance learning and thinking and teach all of the children how to keep themselves safe.At home, many children use computers to play games and learn.  We want to encourage you to ensure children are supervised at all times at home, especially when accessing the internet.
When your child is using the internet at school or at home it is very important that they stay safe. We teach you child to FLAG IT,  BLOCK IT & REPORT IT if they see anything on the internet they are concerned about. Your child would have been taught at school how to stay safe when using the internet on the computer, an IPad or a mobile phone. It is also a good idea to talk about these safety issues at home with your child.

S- SAFE- Don’t give out your own information

M- MEET- Only meet people you have met online with your parents

A- ACCEPTING- Only open emails & texts from people you trust

R- RELIABLE- Some people online tell lies, only talk to real world friends and family

T- TELL- Tell a parent or adult you trust if something you see online makes you feel uncomfortable

Take a look at the new NSPCC campaign “Share Aware”

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