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e-Safety and CEOP

It is important for us that our students feel safe, that is whether they are at school, at home or online.

Our Safeguarding team is available for you to talk to if you are at school but there is also other support available if it is needed.

If you need to report something that has happened, or that you have seen, online you can access the following places for help:

 

Below are some useful resources and guidance to support you in keeping your young people safe.

Immanuel College students holding open laptops

Internet Matters

Want to increase your young person’s resilience against the risk of radicalisation online but not sure how to start? Click on the link to get yourself skilled up Protect children from radicalisation –  Protect children from radicalisation – Internet Matters

Critical thinking skills can help keep young people safe from fake news, misinformation and scams. To learn more – Fake news and misinformation advice hub – Internet Matters

Parents…Do you know all about the age appropriateness of games you are buying? if not click here to learn more – Video games age ratings explained – Internet Matters

Parent Zone

 In chat gaming can be fun but there can be risks. Parents/carers increase your awareness with @TheParentsZone on how you can keep your young person safe in their in-chat gaming – In-game chat | Parent Zone

Childnet

To help develop your awareness around the online gaming safety aspects Childnet have produced a useful resource leaflet available here – Online Gaming: An introduction for parents and carers | Childnet You may also want to consider looking at their resource hot topics around gaming which you can access here – https://www.childnet.com/help-and-advice/supporting-young-people-with-send-online/gaming-and-social-media/

UK Safer Internet Centre

Is your child getting tech for a birthday or other special occasion? Make sure the security settings are set and you help keep young people safe learn more here – Parental controls offered by your home internet provider – UK Safer Internet Centre

Think You Know

For further general advice about keeping young people safe online or to report a concern you can visit – Parents and carers | CEOP Education (thinkuknow.co.uk)

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