Here we are again! We hope that you’re keeping safe in these strange times. I thought that now would be as good a time as any to share with you some resources linked to online safety. At a time when a large proportion of us are working from home, online safety is even more important than it usually is.
Children should be aware of how to stay safe online, as it forms a large part of our teaching not only in computing, but PSHE (our Yorkshire Spirit curriculum) too.
On the thinkuknow website there are 15 minute activities that you can complete as a family together with short videos which cover a range of online safety topics
ParentZone are working closely with Google to help children (and parents) become more aware of online safety. They’re running a competition where you can win prizes for school by answering 3 simple(ish) questions – it ends on Friday 15th though so you’ll need to be quick!
In the coming weeks, we will be rolling out a fantastic new resource called Natterhub. It has a huge amount of resources and activities for your child to engage with. They will learn about all aspects of online safety and Digital Literacy so keep your eyes peeled.
We will regularly update this page so keep checking back with us. If you have any concerns or worries regarding online safety then please contact us at school and we will do our best to assist you. Most importantly, keep up the hard work, everyone is doing a fantastic job.