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Be SMART stay SAFE online

Stay safe. Never give out your  details or personal information such as name, address, telephone number, email or school name.

Accepting emails,files, picture or text messages from people you don't know or trust can cause problems.

Remember not all information found on the Internet is true. Check information is reliable.

Tell someone you trust if there is anything you don't like or makes you worried.

 

Meeting someone you have only been talking to on the internet is dangerous. Don't do it.

Stay sensible on the internet.

Adult words and nasty comments can be scary. Tell someone if you are scared.

Find safe child friendly websites to use.

Everyone has feelings so respect others when using the internet

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Set up Safe Search on your search engine so children can only access age-appropriate content when searching the Web.

Set up Parental Controls approriate for your child’s age and maturity.

Keep the internet enabled devices in an area where you can keep an eye on them.

Talk to your child about what they are doing online and learn with them.

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Follow the links for more e-safety advice or contact Mrs S Hodgson or Mrs J Thomas at school if you would like further advice or information.

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