Children can access online materials through computers, tablets and phones. There are many good uses of these resources but there are many potential harms. Be low is a link to our programme of work across all year groups that shows how we address these multiple issues.
On the computers in the infants class is the following reminder.
"Computers, phones and TVs sometimes have pictures and words that can worry or scare you. If this happens tell an adult you trust.
When you play a game online people may be rude, unkind or ask you things that make you worried. If this happens tell an adult you trust.
When online people might want to know where you live, what school you go to or ask for pictures. Do not share this online and tell an adult you trust."
On the computers in the juniors is the following reminder.
"Unhappy or Worried online? Then tell a trusted adult!
If you are unhappy or worried about what you see on the computer please minimise it and tell a trusted adult.
You may want to report it to someone outside of the school or your family. The police have a group called CEOP who want to hear about things online that make children unhappy or worried online.
You can put CEOP into a search engine to find the or look out for the CEOP logo on some websites.
You can also call the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org"
As an adult you can find further information at: