Sixth Form Open Evening - Wednesday 7 November 2018 6.30pm - 8.30pm - All welcome - Presentation at 6.45pm and 7.45pm in the Main Hall - Come and see what we can offer you.

With social media being the go to network for everyone, it is important that we take all precautions in protecting our online safety. Below you will find checklists for the most popular social media sites we access on a day to day basis. These checklists provide you with guidance on how to ensure your social media sites have been set up safely.

Facebook
Instagram
Snapchat
Twitter

Updated Notices for Parents

#onlinesafety guide for parents & carers about 'TikTok'; the social media/music video app sweeping the globe!

A guide for parents & carers to raise awareness about 'online grooming'. Every child is at risk and we need trusted adults to be able to spot the signs before it’s too late

What is Fortnite

http://www.childnet.com/blog/a-parents-guide-to-fortnite-battle-royale

Intersting article from the BBC News website regarding gaming addiction (18.6.18)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-44504683/computer-game-addiction-i-spend-20-plus-hours-a-week-gaming

The E-safety Leaflet for pupils, parents and carers.

This is an e-safety guide created by the Digital leaders and Mr Ali to keep parents up to date with the latest issues in regards to social media.

The booklet is a guide to aid parents and give them tips and hints on social media that their children might be accessing on a daily basis.

Useful websites for information to parents and carers on a range of e-safety topics such as reporting a concern on CEOP, how to use social media in a safe manner and lots more.

http://theblog.is/lac/2015/07/08/123/.

Our detailed E-safety Guide is to aid parents on how they can promote safe use of social media, this booklet contains a vast range of advice and guidance and useful hints and tips for parents and students.

To report a concern please use the following site:

ceop

Useful websites for information to parents and carers on a range of e-safety topics such as reporting a concern on CEOP, how to use social media in a safe manner and lots more.

www.internetmatters.org/

http://theblog.is/lac/2015/07/08/123/.

www.iwf.org.uk

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

http://www.childline.org.uk

http://parentinfo.org

Information provided by our Safer Schools Officer

For students

For parents