Trinity St Marys School

  • 6, Balham Park Road, London SW12 8DR
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E-Safety
ThinkUKnow
www.thinkuknow.co.uk
This is the information arm of  the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Agency - CEOP. A very comprehensive and interactive site with sections of information for children of all ages, parents, and teachers. Teachers and other professionals can also download high quality videos, posters, and other materials. As with many other sites listed below there are direct links to the CEOP “Report Abuse” pages.
   

ChildNet International

www.childnet.com

An excellent site with lots of links to projects which can be used with children across the age range. The site includes “SMART” rules and sources of information for parents and carers. Bright, informative, and easy to use.

   
Department of Children,
Schools, and Families.

'Click Clever, Click Safe”
The DCSF is now promoting the “Click Clever, Click Safe” materials produced in collaboration with the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS). Free downloads available.
   
BBC / CBBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/curations/stay-safe
The BBC has a number of high-quality interactive games and videos for children around the theme of internet safety including “Dongle the Rabbit” and a safety film narrated by David Tennant - CLICK HERE
   
CEOP
Child Exploitation and
Online Protection Agency

www.ceop.gov.uk/
Source of information and links about child safety. Also has a reporting and information button on the front page as a “one stop” support source for anyone who is worried about an online issue.

Parents' E-safetly Powerpoint.

 

 

 

Here is a copy of the powerpoint presentation used at the latest E-safety workshop for parents.