At Bosvigo School we take on-line safety very seriously. We also understand how difficult it can be for parents and carers to understand potential on-line dangers and how to avoid them. We also realise that the dangers that parents are most concerned about, may not be those that children are most affected by. So we have put some resources together for you to use. Further down the page are links to two on-line safety websites, a 'safe' search engine and the SMART key tips for staying safe on-line.
Click on the image directly below to be taken to the BBC website containing information on how you can keep your children safe online.
If you would like any more information about E-safety or would like to speak to someone at Bosvigo School about protecting your children on-line then please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or via the school office.
Click on the image directly below to be taken to the 'Know It All for Parents' interactive guide from Childnet, showing some of the dangers on-line and how to help avoid them. It may take a few seconds to load.
Swiggle has a safe search engine, as well as lots of information and links about on-line safety.
Thinkuknow has games and videos to help teach children about on-line safety. It also has videos, guides and advice for parents and carers.
Kidsmart has lots of easy to find information for parents and carers about on-line safety.
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