Online Safety for Children
If you are a child and you see something you don’t like on the internet, or if something makes you feel unsafe, then tell a trusted adult at home or at school. You can also click on the ‘CLICK CEOP’ button below to report your worries safely:
Keeping safe online
At Regis Manor Primary School we recognise the essential and important contribution that technology plays in promoting learning and development, both at school and at home. However, we also recognise there are potential risks. The school will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that children are as safe as possible when using school equipment and will work together with you and your family to help you stay safe online. These Internet safety guidelines are displayed in all classrooms and referred to regularly with children.
Click the links to watch useful videos with hints and tips to keep safe on the internet, or to play games that help children learn about internet safety:
This is another new resource from the BBC aimed at 9-12 year olds. The site, Own It, features video clips and content by presenters and vloggers talking about issues including cyberbullying, privacy and online safety. The site is called ‘Own it’, because it’s there to help children and young people take control and be the 'boss' of their online lives, and to assist them in developing "confidence and resilience" when dealing with online dangers.