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Monteney Office 16h
Here is a really useful guide for checking age ratings on social networks, apps and games.
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Wayne Denner Feb 23
If you have Children to use Tik Tok our latest video blog has a step by step guide on how you can set up Family Safety Mode on Tik Tok. Take 5 minutes grab a Cuppa & stay an informed Digital Parent. Full video here
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Beacon CE Primary 21h
A massive thanks to for their E-Safety performance! Some really important messages about being safer online. Remember THINK - True, Helpful, Inspire, Nice, Kind.
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Mortimer 10h
On Tuesday our year seven students will be learning more about staying safe online during a seminar with Northumbria Police.
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SWGfL - Safe, Secure, Online 22h
We are in today for Online Safety Live - our FREE programme of training events - register for an event near you
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Our Lady & St Joseph's Primary School 14h
This pupil returned to school having used her time off to conquer on 's . A great way to learn about and have fun doing it. Try it out for yourself and become a legend!
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e-Safety Matters 19h
Looking for advice? Read our list of helpful FAQs that teachers, parents and carers often ask with regards to keeping their children safe while enjoying the online world.
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Wayne Denner Feb 23
Get access to all our helpful videos and digital wellbeing resources via the app. Ideal for Parents, Carers & those who work with Children and Young People. Drop us an email for details
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ChalgroveYear5 15h
Zoom in to find out what Bob should and shouldn’t do when faced with a spam email!
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iLearn2 - Primary Computing 23h
Key Stage 2 E-safety Activity Pack: Our recommend e-safety resources divided into year group + video tutorials, ideas and assessment opportunities.
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Challney Boys Feb 19
15 apps parents should know about...
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iLearn2 - Primary Computing Feb 23
Digital Leaders Activity Pack. Includes a series of resources, examples, ideas and tips for setting up and organising Digital Leaders in your school.
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Kathleen Donohoe Feb 19
New resources for schools - dealing with online issues, school community involvement, best practices guidance, responding to and managing incidents.. see ⁦⁩
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B Wohl 22h
It’s a simple rule: don’t post pictures of kids online - they can’t give consent and every image can have unintended consequences. Yes this is a subtweet to every single parent on social media ever!
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Ryan Lewis 19h
There are increasing numbers of children accessing TikTok in the UK. We would recommend that no one under the age of 13 has an account
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Bradley Deacon 🇦🇺 4h
End to end encryption is fast becoming a part of our everyday lives & Commissioner has just released her latest blog that raises the challenges we face with such technology.
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NikPeachey Feb 22
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Wayne Denner Feb 21
Worried about your Children spending too much time on TikTok? Have you checked out Family Safety Mode? Our latest video blog has a Step by Step guide on how to set this up. Watch the full video here
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Achievers IAS Feb 21
CYBER-SECURITY: VULNERABILITIES IN PRESENT TIMES. Read more about it here 👉 Register for upcoming module call 8880120120 or achieversiasacademy@gmail.com
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Abraham Moss School 16h
💻💻💻 is introducing a new "family safety mode" designed to give parents tighter control over teens' mobile phone habits. Click the link for the BBC article and more information:
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