The internet is a fantastic tool and used almost daily in our work, education and school lives.
At Templewood, we aim to provide children with the skills needed to be safe online, how to identify possible dangers and where to go for help if needed, so that they can play games and chat with friends.
Pupils are taught about copyright and respecting other people's information, images etc through discussion, modelling and activities.
Pupils are aware of the impact of Cyberbullying and know how to seek help if they are affected by any form of online bullying. Pupils are also aware of where to seek advice or help if they experience problems when using the internet and related technologies.
At Templewood pupils are taught to critically evaluate materials and learn good searching skills through cross-curricular teacher models, discussions and via the Computing curriculum.
Please use these recommended reads to help keep your child safe online:
- Whats app parent sheets
- Bullying help sheet
- Secting help sheet
- Roblox help sheet
There is also additional information and advice about supporting young people can be found by clicking below on the titles of the below leaflets. These are provided by Childnet International.
Copies of the above leaflets are found below in additional languages.
The CEOP – Children Exploitation and Online Protection – website is a direct link to the police if something online needs to be reported. The CEOP symbol can be found on many websites and can be clicked to follow the link.