Please click here to for the powerpoint slides information from the E-Safety Evening in March 2020 and click here for a useful summary of the evening which includes further links to helpful sites.

Pupils at Tetherdown often use the internet as part of their learning, and have regular lessons on e-safety to help them know how to keep safe online. Pupils in school are always supervised when using the internet.
We realise that this close supervision of internet use is much harder to do at home, so here are some useful sites to help! The ones below are aimed at children and have great activities for them to do which will reinforce those important e-safety messages. At the bottom of the page are some useful guides for parents with helpful tips and advice on what you can do to help keep your children safe when they are using the internet at home.

To read our policies on E-Safety and Blogging, please refer to our Policies page.

For Children:

 BBC Stay Safe
Safety Land

For Parents: 

The ThinkUKnow website (CEOP) has a useful section for parents and carers
NSPCC Online Safety Information
UK Safer Internet Centre has a helpful section for parents and carers

Parent guides on...
E-Safety   |      Social Networking   |      Facebook   |     Snapchat   |     Twitter     |     Instagram

Advice on Parental Control Tools:
Comparitech have tested several of the top parental control software suites and apps on the market, and have a detailed guide to help you find the one that suits your needs, budget, and parenting style.
Safer Internet Program (SIP Benchmark) has a range of parental control tools. Go to 'Results' and 'Did you miss a tool?' from the drop down menu for a list of parental control software.
Childnet International parents guide to technology, plus guidance and videos on setting up controls.
KidSmart information about different devices and resources to use

E-Safety Meeting Handouts:

Other Useful Websites/contacts are:

School Meals
Governors Maintenance Fund
Health and Welfare