Bishops Cannings Church of England Primary School and Pre-School
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Online-Safety - Everyone's responsibility

Throughout the school year we teach children about staying safe on-line, and we are sure you are doing your bit at home too.  Each week the children in each class receive a short lesson on e-safety and the Headteacher asks the children about their learning during Friday Assembly.  If you would like a bit of extra guidance on how to protect your children, visit the NSPCC website where you will find lots of useful information.

Our E-Safety policy can be found here. The policy can also be found under the "policies" heading.

Online Safety - Top Tips For Parents

Term 5 newsletter week 3: Top Internet Manners

Internet Matters have produced a list of ‘manners’ that we all should follow to create a safer and kinder online world: Top Internet Manners - Internet Matters

When should a child get their own phone?

 If you are thinking about giving your child their own phone, then you might find the latest article from the Education Team at Childnet useful: Experts answer: “When do you think my child should get their own phone?” - UK Safer Internet Centre

Term 5 newsletter week 1: Broadband filters Most broadband providers include parental controls free as part of their broadband package, which means that any device that connects to your Wi-Fi will be protected by any controls you set up. 

Find out how to set yours up here: 

Remember, children may have devices that use mobile data, so they won’t always be connected to your wifi. Ensure you set up parental controls on these devices too. Further information: Parental controls offered by your home internet provider - UK Safer Internet Centre

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