Parents' e-safety information

Welcome to the Avenue Primary School e-safety page!

At Avenue, we are always striving to stay at the forefront of new technologies to engage, enthuse and inspire your child’s learning, as well as equip pupils with the knowledge and skills ready for technological advancements in the future.

As part of this, pupils are taught the skills and knowledge to recognise and manage potential online risks.

We involve you in this wherever possible and support you in your e-safety provision at home. On this page you will find useful links, videos and documents to help you ensure that your home internet devices are e-safe.

We hope you find this useful – happy safe surfing!

Miss Del Grosso, ICT Leader of Learning

Documents from the presentation to parents

PDF of presentation

Conversation starter

Parent factsheet

 

Factsheets

You will need a Portable Document Reader (such as Adobe Reader) to view these files

Primary Schools Anti-bullying Booklet 0.4MB PDF

Microsoft Play Safe Guide 3.4MB PDF

Risks Children Face Online (advice for adoptive parents) 0.4MB PDF

Risks Children Face Online (advice for foster carers) 0.5MB PDF

Cyberbullying Factsheet 0.4MB PDF

Respect Me - Cyberbullying 1.6MB PDF

Inappropriate Websites Factsheet 0.4MB PDF

Grooming Factsheet 0.7MB PDF

 

Videos - to follow

 

Online Gaming - website links

habbo.com/groups/officialparentsguide

moshimonsters.com/parents

clubpenguin.com/parents

support.xbox.com/en-GB/xbox-360/security/xbox-live-parental-control

manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/current/basicoperations/parentallock.html

nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/ht_settings.jsp?menu=pc

 

Other useful links

For more information: thinkuknow.co.uk/parents

If your child has been the victim of cyber-bullying, Cybermentors can help: beatbullying.org

To view cyber-bullying advice videos in different languages, click here: keepcontrol.eu

thefa.com/football-rules-governance/safeguarding

Link to our eSafety page and our policy page.

Website Information

All information provided on this website and on our blogs is provided in good faith, and occasionally information may become out of date. We celebrate the successes of our pupils and staff, and include images of them on our website, adhering to our eSafety policy. If a parent requests an image to be removed from the site, we will do this without delay.

Cirrus Primary Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding children.