Online Safety

This , we’re delving into the wonderful 3D world of Minecraft; making the associated online dangers less pixelated for parents! Download high res version here:

 
Happy to the 'insta-generation'! Selfies, live streaming, DMs, and new settings... Here's everything parents need to help keep their children safe whilst using Instagram. Printable High Res version here:
Happy ! Today's guide is on for you to share with your Parents & Carers! Please share and help us to arm parents to stop their children becoming 'Screen Zombies' or 'Screenagers'
 
Download here: Screen Addiction Guide
Or see the guide below 
 
 
We have created some leaflets which have guidance about Apps and Staying Safe Online.  They are available to view below - if you would like printed copies please ask at the school office.
 
 
 
Vodafone produces a very informative magazine aimed at parents.  The magazine is called 'Digital Parenting' and a PDF issues can be viewed below.
 
 
The Safer Internet Centre produces a series of social media information leaflets called 'checklists'.  PDFs of them can be viewed below.  We are hoping to have printed versions available in school soon.
 

We take the safety of our children very seriously at Fibbersley Park, and this includes ensuring that they are safe when using ICT. 

We are able to monitor our computer network to see what our users are doing.  A clever piece of software runs silently on our computers and monitors what people are doing.  It sends reports to a database that we can then view - and then we can intervene if we think any of our users are not using our computer system appropriately.  It also makes us aware if any 'outsiders' try to make contact with our children.

This software runs alongside our curriculum lessons where we teach our children about internet safety.  We understand that at school, our filtering systems and monitoring software work hard to protect our children - but we also understand the importance of educating them about how to react to the 'dangers' of the internet  when they are away from our controlled network (at home, at a friends etc) and what they can do if they feel at risk.  

As technology and the internet are almost constantly evolving, we will do our best to ensure that children at Fibbersley Park are always aware of how they themselves can do the most possible to protect themselves when using the internet.

There are lots of websites that offer information about E-Safety including:

ThinkUknow

Kidsmart

NSPCC

Childnet

Safer Internet Centre

Bullying UK