- Supervise your child's use
- Always check what messages they are sending and receiving
- Limit their use
- Spend time being online together
- Make sure that APP's being are used are appropriate to their age
Computing was previously ICT in schools. The links below will hopefully provide some guidance and support around the new curriculum, along with websites to support your child with e-safety.
Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police are working together to raise awareness of the risks to young people online and to encourage them to talk to a trusted adult if they are approached.
The campaign, called “Looks sus? Tell us!”, featured a series of animations. They are also designed to encourage children and young people to be suspicious of, and to report, particular kinds of approaches on social media or via other channels such as online gaming chat.
There is also an animation aimed at parents to encourage them to have those difficult conversations with their children.
For more information, visit https://www.dorset.police.uk/looksus
Animations - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kImhuqJZJwE&list=PLlViZeHKTBpxuVYKZWp_3Ge9Czc5Hg-J7&index=2
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- help monitor their devices
- allow you to manage what your children find on search engines
- can block certain features of games that can be accessed
- help establish good cyber safety habits
- can set screen time limits
- can help to teach cyber etiquette