E Safety Page
E Safety Page
Did you know that the legal age to have an account on most social media apps and websites such as YouTube, TikTok and Snapchat is 13 years old?
It is important to supervise your child when using technology so that you can help to keep them safe from others online. Click on this link to look at the age and safety ratings of the apps your child uses.
Did you know that children should only have a maximum of 2 hours screen time per day?
On average, children spend more than 7 hours a day looking at screens. That is 5 hours more than the recommended amount!
Are you aware of the age ratings and contents of the games that your child plays?
You will notice some of the symbols below will feature on your child’s games. Have a look to see what they mean and check if the games they play are appropriate.
Do you know if your child is watching films appropriate for their age?
See what each symbol means and check if your child should be watching the films they watch.
How to be safe on the internet
●never share your personal information
●never talk to anyone who you don’t know
●never arrange to meet anyone you don’t know
●never post any photos of yourself in your school uniform
●report anything you see that is inappropriate and tell an adult
Safer Internet Week 2021
This year’s theme for Safer Internet Week 2021 was ‘An Internet We Trust’. It was all about separating fact from fiction, as not everything that we see on the internet is real.
Click on the link below to watch a short video about what we can trust on the internet.
See if you know how to respond correctly to some situations that people may encounter online by taking this quiz.
Internet Safety Links