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Online Safety Day Feb 2023 - Year 5 and 6 children went to Liverpool's Anfield Stadium for Safer internet day workshops following this year's theme -‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’, the children were also treated to a mini stadium tour!

What Parents Need to Know about How to Combat Online Bullying - November 2022

 

Defined as “ongoing hurtful behaviour towards someone online”, cyber-bullying makes its victims feel upset, uncomfortable and unsafe. In the digital world, it has numerous forms – such as hurtful comments on a person’s posts or profile; deliberately leaving them out of group chats; sharing embarrassing images or videos of someone; or spreading gossip about them. Cyber-bullying can severely impact a young person’s mental health … so, in support of Anti-Bullying Week, we’ve provided a list of tips to help trusted adults know what to look for and how to respond to it. 

In the guide, you'll find tips such as playing online games with your child, talking about your child’s online life and being prepared to listen without showing any judgement or criticism. 

Keep your child safe on social media. 

Online Safety Webinar 


 

Join an informative online safety webinar for parents Thursday 6th October on the link below.
It will address the following:
ONLINE SAFETY AT HOME
>Why it's important
>What role parents can play
>How to support primary-aged children


HOW TO SPOT UNUSUAL BEHAVIOUR
>Grooming
>Online bullying


TOP TIPS TO TAKE AWAY
>Gaming
>Screen time and devices
>Social media & messaging apps


SUPPORT RESOURCES AVAILABLE
>Conversation starters
>Family agreement
>Online safety at home checklist

Conversations with your child about online/technology assisted harm

2022 - Check out the latest Digital Parent help and guidance to help keep children safe online.

Online Matter's - Parental guide to help keep your child safe online

Parents guide to instagram

Check out the following websites for guidance:

S.M.A.R.T rules for internet use

Safer Internet Day event at LFC - Children came back with lots of ideas of how to stay safe online and were treated to a tour!

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