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E-Safety

Welcome to our e-safety page. Here you will find lots of useful information about keeping your child safe online. We have useful leaflets giving information on lots of the apps, sites and games that the children commonly use, as well as regular magazine updates from Alan Mackenzie and Digital Parenting. At the top of this page, you will also notice the CEOP report button. If you or your child have a concern about something they experienced online, then you can use this to report it.

Useful E-Safety Links

Follow the link to view Alan Mackenzie's online safety magazine DITTO - DITTO magazine

Lincolnshire County Council have information on keeping children safe online, as well as many other topics too. To access this information follow the link- Lincolnshire Stay Safe Partnership

Lincolnshire Safeguarding Board also provide useful information on keeping children safe online. To view their site follow the link - Lincolnshire Safeguarding Board 

CEOP's Think U Know is about keeping children safe online. To find out more information as well as a number of useful resources, click on the links below to view the different areas.

Parents/Carers 

Age 5-7 Children 

Age 8-10 Children 

Age 11-13 Children 

If your child has reported an incident of inappropriate behaviour or an issue that has caused concern, you can report this to CEOP's safety centre by clicking HERE

Follow the link to view the online safety magazine from Digital Parenting - Digital Parenting magazine

Internet Matters is a site offering parents help and advice on e-safety. CLICK HERE to visit their site.

A site that has been recommended by the specialist we recently had a visit from, is Parent's Online Safety. CLICK HERE to view this site.

We are aware a lot of children enjoy playing games on consoles such as the Xbox 360 or a PlayStation. With Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus, it is possible for the children to chat and play online with friends. You are able to put parental restrictions on these so you can limit the time played, the content they can view or the apps they can use such as the internet browser.

Google is a commonly used search engine for children and adults alike. However, it is not the safest search engine for children to use. A better one for children to use is www.Kiddle.co or if Google is to be used, follow the instructions below to set up Google Safe Search.

Please note that Musical.ly is now known as Tik Tok.