Online Safety is an integral part of teaching and learning at Weddington Primary School.
From Foundation Stage to Year 6, children regularly receive lessons in Online Safety.
It is important to be able to enjoy using the internet, it is a fantastic source of information, fun and friendship.
Below you will find lots of fantastic links to help you with keeping yourself and your children safe online.
If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you're worried this is happening to someone you know, let CEOP know safely and securely by clicking below.
It's never too early to teach your children to be kind, thoughtful and respectful.
Remind them, when they post online, make sure the post is kind, that they have thought about how people will feel or react to the post and most importantly to respect themselves and others.
This is a great basis to make the internet and truly enriching, enjoyable experience.
Many of our children love to play online games. It can be a great way for them to have some down time and socialise with their friends; promoting problem solving, team work and encouraging healthy competition, gaming is certainly not something to be banned.
However, as with most online activities, there are associated risks and areas for concern, the newest issue being that children are taking part in online gambling from a young age.
Parent Zone have put together the following resources to make sure you know how to keep your children safe from this newest risk, whilst still enabling them to play the games they love.
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The thought of your children being online can be pretty daunting.
Do you understand the kind of things they might be doing? Do you know how to keep them safe and when to act?
Watch this informative video which has been created by European Schoolnet, together with Liberty Global, to help educate parents on children's safety online.
Click here for more information.