"Inspiring all to live, learn and love in the light of Jesus"
"I am the light of the world, whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life." John 8:12
E – Safety Guidance for Parents
Ofcom, the UK communications regulator, has developed a series of short guides outlining the parental controls available for various types of technology, which may be of interest to any parent with youngsters receiving technology gifts this Christmas:
A comprehensive guide to support parents and carers manage and engage with their children's digital worlds
Guidance provided by St John the Baptist Primary, Southampton
This site has interactive tutorials and information about all aspects of computer and internet use.
The UK's leading anti-bullying charity. In the last eight years the charity's website has become the number one resource for people finding reliable information on a variety of bullying issues.
Kidsmart is an award winning practical internet safety programme website for schools, young people, parents, and agencies, produced by the children's internet charity Childnet International.
Provides easy-to-understand insights on Internet safety issues. It includes a straightforward Family Online Safety Advice booklet which can be downloaded.
This is a parents guide to the Internet - the information on this website is also available as a CD ROM. It provides general information and guidance on using the internet.
LGFL have provided useful information and resources on Engaging Parents Carers and the School Community in eSafety. It includes helpful hints on sharing the message with parents and materials to help with running a parents workshop.
A free book on esafety which tells teenagers (and their parents) everything you need to know about esafety.
Everything a parent needs to know to understand their child's use of facebook.
Orange have produced a guide to mobile phone and internet safety which includes a down loadable guide for parents. The guide offers advice on how parents and children can safely get the best out of mobile phones and the internet.
Bebo Safety is designed to help educate young people, parents and teachers about the safe and positive use of Bebo a social networking site.
Includes a comprehensive guide to online safety which aims to ensure that their children can work safely on the internet and that parents are more aware of what their children are getting up to.
Worried about your children downloading music and want to know what's legal? This site has all the information you require.
This site contains factual information on safe use of the internet aimed at parents.
Childnet leaflet for pupils to understand how to stay safe on the internet.
E – Safety Leaflets for Parents
Ofcom have produced two guides for parents who may be worried about their children accessing the internet through their mobile phones or games machines.
Childnet leaflet for parents to understand how to stay safe on the internet
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Monday 8th January:
School re-opens, first day of new Half Term.
Thursday 18th January:
EYFS and KSI Celebration Assembly 14.40 - 15.00
Friday 19th January:
6H Class Assembly 14.30 - 15.00
Thursday 25th January:
KSII Celebration Assembly 14.40 - 15.00
Thursday 25th January:
Choir - Young Voices Concert @ Manchester Arena 19.00 - 21.15
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