Online Safety and Safeguarding
At Lyme we work hard to ensure that all children can use the internet safely. Home use of technology by children can lead to better performance at school and an improved standard of work. However, it is important that children follow the simple rules for keeping safe when using the internet; especially in a world with growing access to chat and social media platforms.
Following the growth in the use of and variety of chats and social media, the Online Safety Team also want to promote the message of 'Being Kind Online' and will be looking into activities and media to promote this.
Visit the sites listed below to supplement the work that goes on in school and help keep your child safe.
Safer Internet Day 2023 - This year safer internet day was on 7th February with the theme of 'Want to talk about it'. The Online Safety Team completed an assembly for the whole school about being safe online and the children even showcased their acting skills with some role play. Also, the childen completed a lots of fun activities in class to support their learning.
PARENTS' AND CARERS' GUIDE TO THE INTERNET
A Parents’ and Carers’ Guide to the Internet, has been created by Think U Know to provide information to keep your child safe online. Click below to find out more.
OTHER USEFUL ONLINE SAFETY WEBSITES
Tik Tok - What Parents and Carers need to know.
Parenting in a digital world online.
Click on the Safer Internet Centre link to set up filters on your home internet to help prevent age inappropriate content being accessed on devices in your home. This link provides help from Virgin Media, TalkTalk, BT and Sky.