Information for parents:
 

At Loddon, we are committed to supporting our children to keep safe online through offering a broad E-Safety curriculum. Children receive E-Safety lessons every half term as part of their computing lessons. Alongside this, links are made across the curriculum when and where appropriate, whole school assemblies are planned in and events such as Anti-Bullying Week and Safer Internet Day are used as opportunities to enrich their learning of E-Safety.
 
In Upper KS2 we have E-Safety Reps, who have been chosen for their in depth knowledge of E-Safety, to be a student voice during assemblies and help to give peer support to children to help them keep safe online.

Below are a selection of links to websites and documents that will help you work together with us as a school and your children to help keep them safe online. For more information, please read our e-Safety policy on the Parents link.
 
Digital Parenting magazine:
 
Issue 5 2016
 
For previous issues please CLICK HERE
 
Web links to important advice and resources on how to keep your child safe while online:
 
Digiduck's Big Decision (a great resource to share with your child)
 
UK Council for Child Internet Safety

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre
 
Childnet International
 
Thinkuknow Parents
 
Online Safety Guides for parents (swgfl)
 

www.digizen.org

www.kidsmart.org.uk

www.bullying.co.uk