Computing and Internet
We live in a technologically-rich age and computers are now an integral part of our life. Working within the new 2014 national curriculum, ICT has become Computing with the emphasis now more on how computers and computer systems work, and how they are programmed. Although there have been changes, Computing is still an exciting creative subject able to motivate and enthuse pupils. It can enhance other areas of the curriculum and allows pupils to work on a wide range of skills, from resilience and reasoning to creativity. In this rapidly evolving subject, we aim to give pupils the capability to utilise resources available to them in a considered and safe way.
Setting up Internet Parental Controls at home
Click on this Parental Controls link to access this free resource or www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers for lots of useful information on internet safety.
NSPCC website. A range of resources to help parents with setting up parental controls and other aspects of online safety.
Online Safety - A Parents' Guide to Technology
A Parents' Guide to Technology is an online resource providing advice for parents about the benefits, capabilities and potential risks of smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and internet-enabled media players. It introduces some of the most popular devices, such as iPhone and android, xbox and playstation highlighting safety tools that are available, as well as setting out top tips to help parents encourage their children to stay safe when using these technologies.
Click on the link to access this website.
Resources for 6-10 year olds
Links to all the main internet safety websites including NSPCC, Childnet and ParentInfo as well as links to CBBC and Digital Parenting Magazine.
Click here to access this website
Useful Information from Internet Safety Presentation
For those parents who were not able to attend the presentation in February 2018 you can download the presentation here , which includes links to a number of online resources for yourself and your child.