Staying Safe Online

*IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING SOCIAL MEDIA*

It has been brought to our attention that there is graphic and distressing video circulating on the TikTok app, Instagram and Facebook. On some of these social media sites it plays automatically on the ‘for you’ stream.
We would like to remind parents, carers and young people that material on social media sites is not always appropriate and urge you to cautious about allowing your children to access these sites.
You can find out more about helping to keep children safe online by clicking here

 

 

We take Online Safety very seriously at St Bede, particularly as Social Media becomes more and more popular with young people. Children receive a structured unit of work on Online Safety every Spring term. We deliver an Online Safety Assembly as part of National Online Safety Day and children are regularly reminded to make appropriate and safe use of the internet both in school and at home, something we would encourage all parents to support us in.

Online Safety tips for parents with children under 5

Online Safety tips for parents with children aged 6 – 10

Online Safety tips for parents with children aged 11 – 13

Click here for the NSPCC online safety guide.

Click here for a parents guide to Fortnite Battle Royale.

Click here for a parents guide to Snapchat.

Click here for a parents guide to Social Media.

For more information on Online safety, please look at these sites;

CEOP

Thinkuknow

Internet Matters

Safer Internet Centre