At Broom Leys School we are committed to ensuring your child's safety and well being.
NEW THIS WEEK - from CEOP
CEOP have just released home activity pack 5 which provides two tasks to help your child stay safe online (see the links below to select the pack for your child's age or) click here to view all the available packs.
Click here to read CEOP's parent helpsheet for key online safety advice, links to CEOP resources, as well as support services which can help you ensure your child is safe.
Or watch CEOP's short e-safety video by clicking here.
NEW THIS WEEK - from NSPCC advice on how to have a conversation with your children about Online Safety. Click here to visit their website.
CEOP write...'With children spending more time on the internet during lockdown,
it's more important than ever for parents and carers and their children to know
the best reporting and support routes, should they be worried about something online.'
Read their ParentInfo article which signposts to reporting, advice and support services available for children and their families.
Healthy Me Diary
Work together with your child to help them to recognise healthy habits when they are online.
There are two versions of the diary which can be downloaded for free:
New Information Summer 2020 - from "Alan Mackenzie's (esafety-adviser)" online update
Click on the titles below to watch videos for Parents on
Click on the age groups below to access the CEOP (thinkUknow) activity packs for children
Fake news has always been a problem, but it's getting so much worse during this pandemic. Google has a nice little lesson for primary children to test their knowledge of fake news and what actions they would take under certain situations. It's free and only takes about 10 minutes.
Or click here to look at the bbc bitesize pages about fake news.
Helping your child stay safe when using the internet is therefore an important part of our computing curriculum.
Please click here to see the e-safety skills covered in each year group from Reception to year 6.
Please click here to visit our "Computing" Curriculum page.
Please click here to visit our "Keeping Safe" Curriculum Page.
Clicking on the links below will allow you to access e-safety information pages for parents and carers.
These are a good starting point for the latest advice on how you can help your child at home to stay safe online.