December online safety newsletter

Please see the attached PDF about this month’s news. The main point of the article is about resilience – this doesn’t mean toughening children up, but encouraging them to problem solve- with guidance- about issues  they could face online. I particularly like the idea of Wifi free Wednesdays! It’s so important to keep up to […]

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Fortnite… again

Fortnite seems to be the game that all the children are talking about – not in a positive way! ‘Strip fortnite’ seems to becoming the latest trend amongst children (primary school children are also involved in this) where children are taking their clothes off in front of their webcams whilst playing Fortnite! Please read the […]

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#wakeupwednesday

A huge thank you to Simon Aston for delivering a fantastic session about ‘Online Safety’ and a huge thank you to those parents who turned out last night despite the awful weather! It was a very eye opening session and that would have been very beneficial to lots of families! Just incase you couldn’t attend […]

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Fortnite scams

Fortnite is one of the most popular games ever seen, so it’s no surprise to see scams in big numbers. Between September and October this year, there were over 53,000 reported scams! Most of these scams are preying on the vulnerability of children when they’re searching for V-Bucks (in-game currency) so it’s worth having a […]

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Online Safety Newsletter: Adults need to change their online habits to help children!

Have a look at Simon Aston’s online safety newsletter for October. Within the document, you will find useful tips to change your own habits in order to benefit children. Remember it’s not the technology it’s how it’s used!! Remember children will learn how to use it from your behaviours.   Online Safety Newsletter – October […]

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Roblox safety concerns

The popular children’s online game Roblox hit headlines last month over fears that children were being exposed to ‘very adult things’ on the game. Research has found that children have online friends on Roblox that they wouldn’t tell their parents about- many children also admitted that they had maxed out their account with over 200 friends!! Within […]

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