ESafety

Online safety resource for 4-7year olds

This is a new 4-7s website to help children develop the skills and knowledge they need to stay safe when spending time online, featuring characters and messages from the CEOP Education 'Jessie and Friends' resource. 

Designed for children to visit with their parents, carers or other supervising adults, users complete ‘badges’ where they help the characters, Jessie, Tia and Mo, to identify when to ‘Tell a Grown Up’ (TAG) in different situations online.

Each badge asks a series of questions, aimed at helping children to recognise worrying or frightening situations online. Answering each question correctly earns a star. When children have answered all the questions in a badge and collected three stars, they will get a certificate to download or print and colour in.

What does the website cover?

The four badges children can play are:

  • Watching Videos
  • Sharing Pictures (6-7 year olds only)
  • Online Gaming (6-7 year olds only)
  • Chatting Online (6-7 year olds only)

How the website can be used

The website is designed for 4-7 year olds to use at home alongside their parent or carer.



E-safety...apps, games and social media


NSPCC have reviewed the most popular apps, games and social media your children are using. They have then created easy to read guides to support you in supporting your child. Each game, app and social media site have background information which outlines their legal age requirements along with a description of its use. It is then rated against key e-safety areas: safety features, privacy and location, reporting and blocking and content. Before finally giving it an overall safety rating. 

Click here to be taken to the website and learn more about the apps, games and social media your child is using.

 

Online Safety at Home

Thinkuknow.co.uk is a great website with plenty of information for parents to support their families to stay safe on the internet. Read this newsletter to find out how you can support the safety of your child at home. It has lots of great top tips as well as links for further information, advice and videos. 


Apple Guided Access / Android Screen pinning

Does your child use your phone at times?

Both Apple and Android give you the ability to restrict what can be accessed when they are using it, so you can restrict your device to the one app that your child would like to use (so all other features are disabled).

Use the following links to find out how to set it up:
Apple: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT202612 
Android: https://support.google.com/android/answer/9455138?hl=en-GB

 
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