This is equally important when they are using technology and can access the internet.Computing lessons start each year with E-Safety for every class, a subject that is embedded continually throughout the year in computing lessons.E Safety at Leagrave Primary School The online world is a wonderful place for children to explore, but just like the real world there are risks and dangers they should be aware of and which we should all act to protect them from.It’s great to take an active interest in your child’s life online and we’d encourage you to talk openly with them about the things they do.Messageboards and chat rooms are fun, but they can also be dangerous because you don’t know who you’re talking to.Remember: ‘Stranger Danger’ – you should use the same rules when you’re online.Some online websites have an ‘alert button’ or an email address where you can tell them that you’re upset about something or someone.
Otherwise people can use this information to contact you. If you have to give an online screen name or nickname, never use your full name, and try not to use things that are easy to guess like your parents name or a pet’s name.
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When you send a message from your mobile, your phone number automatically goes with it.
So think carefully, especially before sending photos of yourself or friends Never arrange to meet an online friend, no matter how well you think you know them.
If they have your email address some websites will send you lots of junk emails and they might make you feel uncomfortable. Delete any emails from people or companies that you don’t know.