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  1. Key Information
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Internet Safety

The internet is widely used by children and young people every day and plays a big part in their lives.

At Orchard we recognise that the internet offers our children a great opportunity to learn, develop new skills, to keep in touch with friends and family and to have fun.

 

However, the internet can also pose a threat to children’s safety. It is therefore important for everyone to understand the dangers that may present themselves and to understand how to reduce or prevent them.

 

We need to work together to provide a safe, fun environment for children to develop and grow.

 

 

 

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Please find information below on a variety of apps and topics that we think you might find useful to keep our children safe on the internet.

 

 

Instagram Parents Guide.

Kik Messenger Parents Guide

Social Media and Mental Health

Online Bullying/Cyber Bullying

Grooming - Parents Guide

Inappropriate websites - factsheet

Snapchat parents guide

Version 5 of Parents and Carers Check List

Whatsapp Guide

YouNow Parents Guide

YouTube Parents Guide.

A parents guide to Discord

YOLO - Parents Guide

Like (Likee) - Parents Guide

Screen Addiction 

Internet Controls - A Parents Guide

Fortnite Battle Royale

 

 

Below are a number of sites you may find useful which have further information on how to keep your child safe online .

 

Useful information for parents (Think U Know)

 

NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children)

 

CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

 

Thinkuknow

 

Get Safe Online

 

Childnet

Connect Safely

 

CBBC - Stay Safe

UK Safer Internet Centre

Internet Matters

 

 

 

A message for Parents/Carers about Fortnite

Please find below up to date advice from National Online Safety - Some of this content is aimed at adults/carers or others who are looking for guidance on keeping children safe on line. 

Below are the results from our Year 6 E Safety Survey