Keeping Children Safe Online
As well as covering online safety through our computing curriculum, the school works with Lee Heywood from Online Safety UK to ensure that our school community are kept up to date with the ever changing online world. Lee comes into school throughout the year to run lessons for children, training for staff and workshops and drop ins for parents. He also provides fact sheets containing advice on a range of apps that he knows are popular with children.
Please click on the links below for important updated information:
- Fact Sheet: AMONG US
- Fact Sheet: DISCORD
- Fact Sheet: TELLONYM
- Fact Sheet: Thriller
- Fact Sheet How To: Google Family Link
- Fact Sheet How To: Screen Time
- Fact Sheet: Minecraft
- Fact Sheet: Twitch
- Fact Sheet re HouseParty and Roblox
- Information for parents re Houseparty
- Digital Parenting Made Easier FACT SHEET HOW TO – Location History
- Digital Parenting Made Easier FACT SHEET – Instagram
- Digital Parenting Made Easier FACT SHEET HOW TO – Screen Time
- Digital Parenting Made Easier FACT SHEET – Tik Tok
- FactSheet Fortnite 1
- FactSheet YouTube
- Device Drop-In letter (4th Nov 19) – meet Lee Haywood for online safety advice.
- FactSheet RDR
- FactSheet Forza
- Factsheet Reddit
- FactSheet Rocketleague
O2 have been working together with the NSPCC regarding keeping children safe online. Mill Rythe Juniors hosted one of the O2 and NSPCC online safety workshops for all parents and carers of children on Hayling island.
If you were unable to attend the workshop and would like e-safety advice and guidance, please check out the website pages and step by step guides online, or, call the free O2 and NSPCC Online Safety Helpline on 0808 800 5002.
We have attached the documents that were provided to parents during the online workshop. Please click on the links below: