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The NSPCC website has lots of advice and information on the games and sites that children are using.  Click on the link below to find out more.



Please take a look at the link below for information on keeping children safe whilst playing Minecraft.


Look out for the latest edition of Digital Parenting magazine which is coming home with our Junior children this week. There is a lot of useful information from teaching your children "digital resilience" to the best apps available for under 10's.

There will also be a few copies available at both school offices if you would like any extra. 20/10/16


Please see below for social media settings to keep children safe online.





Commonsense Media is an organisation with the following mission statement:

"We empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives."

You'll find a lot of useful information on this website , such as reviews that can help you decide whether certain games are suitable for children.  Type the name of the game into the search bar.


  • E-Safety   Hector's World is a website that aims to teach younger children about E-safety . There are activities and also a link to download "Hector the Protector" . Hector is a friendly dolphin who swims along whilst you surf the Internet.If a child see something on screen that worries or upsets them they can click on Hector and an underwater scene willcover the page until a grownup can come and help.
  • http://hectorsworld.netsafe.org.nz/parents


Safer Internet Day 2017

The children in Years 3,4,5 &6 have made posters, slide shows and quizzes about E-Safety.

Year 3  Year 4     Year 6    Year 5