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Salisbury

SP2 8JZ

office@harnham-jun.wilts.sch.uk

Tel: 01722 327218

Fax: 01722 327218

Head Teacher: Mr L Coles

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E-Safety Day 2019

The global Safer Internet Day 2019 theme is ‘Together for a better internet’. In the UK, the theme is ‘Our internet, our choice. Understanding consent in a digital world’. The children have explored how consent and permission work in an online context and how our choices can make a positive change online.

Sometimes it is difficult to keep an eye on what your child is doing on the internet. This is often because our children are more knowledgeable than us, when it comes to using technology. However, there is one key thing that we can do and that is always insist that children use the internet in the same room as an adult. 

Secondly, it is important to remember that many of the social networking sites have an age limit of thirteen, so children at Harnham C of E Junior School are not old enough to hold accounts with Facebook, You Tube and so on.

If you are unsure about how to help your child, please call in to school and we will be pleased to help.

You can follow the links on the right and at the base of this page for  further information, or watch the short video clips below. A number of leaflets are also available. If you wish to receive paper copies of any of these leaflets then please ask in school.

Can you imagine life without the internet?

 

We use the internet often in school to help us with our work and, used sensibly, this is the most amazing learning tool.

 

At Harnham C of E Junior School we take your safety on the internet very seriously.

 

We teach e-Safety regularly to remind all pupils and staff how to take care and what to do should something go wrong. We also offer information to parents on how to keep their children safe when on the internet at home.

 

 

There are a great deal of excellent websites to remind you of all the important points you need to remember, and here are a few to help:

 

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

 

http://www.swgfl.org.uk/Staying-Safe/e-Safety-Movies

 

http://www.google.co.uk/goodtoknow/familysafety/

 

http://www.childnet.com/young-people/primary

Remember:

If you are unsure what to do, talk to an adult and they will help you.

Agreeing safe sites.
Personal information.
Online gaming safety.

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