Spratton CE Primary School

'Living and learning together, celebrating life in all its fullness' John 10:10

Internet Safety

The internet is an amazing resource which enables children and young people to connect, communicate and be creative in many different ways, on a range of devices. However, the internet is always changing, and being able to keep up to date with your children’s use of technology can be a challenge. You may sometimes feel that your children have better technical skills than you do, however, children and young people still need advice and protection when it comes to managing their lives online. 

Internet Safety is an integral part of the Computing Curriculum at Spratton CE Primary and children are routinely taught different aspects of safety on a termly basis.  On this page, there are a number of documents as well as some weblinks that may help you to keep your children online.

In addition to this, our school newsletter often contains advice on how to stay safe online at home and in school. This regularly includes information about apps and games children are playing as well as support for parents in facilitating discussions about this topic. Copies of the newsletter, including historic copies, can be downloaded from the 'Newsletters' section of the website.

For further support with this matter, please pop in to have a chat with your child’s Class Teacher or our E Safety Officer, Mr Tim Pool.

Guidance For parents February 2022

 Spratton Online Safety Guide.pdfDownload
Showing 1-1 of 1
 A-guide-for-parents-and-carers-TALK CHECKLIST.pdfDownload
 Fortnite Guide.pdfDownload
 Instagram Guide.pdfDownload
 Netflix Guide.pdfDownload
 Online Safety Tips New Devices.pdfDownload
 Online Safety Tips Top 10.pdfDownload
 Parental Controls Android.pdfDownload
 Parental Controls Iphone.pdfDownload
 Roblox Guide.pdfDownload
 Sexting Guide.pdfDownload
Showing 1-10 of 16


Important safety webinar for parents

 Today is Internet Safety Day and the children have been doing some additional online safety learning during the day's lessons.

Parents, Parent Zone is hosting a free 30-minute Safer Internet Day event on YouTube (Tuesday 8 February, 4.30-5pm). They will explore what parents need to know about supporting their child’s online
gaming, including, which games may be suitable, effective boundaries and what to do if you are worried about excessive gaming.

Simply paste the following url into your browser: https://youtu.be/s6dz2GoR6uM 



On The Internet Book 

'On the internet' is a learning-to-read book for children aged 4 and above. The large, bright illustrations show all the different ways that the internet can be used for.

Find On the internet here: https://www.childnet.com/resources/a-learning-to-read-book

Other Childnet books for younger children include:

Smartie the Penguin (3 to 7 year olds)

Digiduck's Big Decision (3 to 7 year olds)


Social Media and Cyber-advice Posters (PDSC/ChildSafeVPN)

Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) is a not-for-profit organisation, owned by the police, who believe that the majority of cyber crime can be prevented by taking a few simple steps.

PDSC partners, ChildsafeVPN has created a set of useful infographics about cyber-safety aspects of the main apps and sites that young people may come across.

The posters are particularly useful for parents.

You can download the posters here: https://www.policedsc.com/security-advice/safeguarding



For esafety guidance: 



Free National Online Safety Courses for Parents 




Whether trying out new games, sharing family pics or live streaming lunch, this December we will probably be spending more time online playing and socialising.

Here’s a guide on how you can support your child to be safer online this season.



Guidance for Parents September 2020

 Online Safety Parent hand out - 2020.pdfDownload
 Parents - Online safety gaming and social media.pdfDownload
Showing 1-2 of 2

Guidance for Parents May 2020

 Internet Safety Guidance Sheet.pdfDownload
 Supporting Young People Online.pdfDownload
 What Can I Do Right Now - Checklist.pdfDownload
Showing 1-3 of 3

Safety When Using Live Streaming Apps

No doubt over the past few months you've heard children (and maybe a few adults) talk about the latest Tik Tok challenges or their favourite celebrity's lockdown live stream. This activity pack for parents and carers to deliver to their children explores how children and young people can stay safe while live streaming: