The internet can be a fantastic place for children and young people where they can talk to friends, be creative and have fun. However, just like in the real world sometimes things can go wrong. At KSA we take e-safety very seriously.
- We all have the right to feel safe all of the time
- We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small
It is really important that parents and carers work with us to ensure children stay safe in their use of technology. When we talk about e-safety, we are not just talking about the internet. We are talking about the use of computers, games consoles (such as X-Box or Playstation), mobile devices, such as phones and tablets, televisions and many other things. If you or your child are worried or upset about something which has happened on the internet there is help out there. Please look at the useful links and documents below regarding how to keep your child safe whilst using technology and the internet.
Wake Up Wednesday
Wake Up Wednesday is a free online safety guide offering parents and carers advice and guidance about how to support their children to be safe online. Each Wednesday a different guide is published. https://nationalonlinesafety.com/guides
22nd January 2021 - Cunch Line Chronicles
6th January 2021 - Cyberpunk2077
6th November - The Dark Web
13th November – Remote Learning
23rd October – Online Hoaxes
14th October – Gaming consoles, please use the link below
7th October – click here: Torrent sites
30th September – Trolling and online abuse, please use the link below
23rd September - Click here: Triller
16th September – Xbox One, please click on the link below
9th September – Click here: Instagram
National Online Safety
On the National Online Safety website there are are a range of platform guides featuring the most up to date guides for social media apps and platforms. Click here to view the guides.
CEOP stands for Child Exploitation and Online Protection. This is a national agency who work hard to protect children and young people from the dangers posed by online activity.
If you have a concern that someone has done something online that has made you or a child or young person you know, feel worried or unsafe you can make a report to CEOP via the icon at the bottom of our webpage.
Further information about CEOP and access to their resources can be obtained here https://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/
Childline Zipit App
Childline have produced an app to help individuals keep online chat within safe boundaries - please click on the logo above and take a look. It is available for all Smartphones, iPads and Android Tablets - please encourage your child to use it.