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The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us, this can all be a bit too much. 

It is important that children are kept safe from things online which could upset them or put them at risk. At school we help the children to think about their use of computers and their behaviour online. In lessons, we discuss with them how they can minimise risk.

Read our Online Safety Policy here.

At home, you can help, too.  The links below take you away from our website. Parents/carers visit them knowing that staff and governors of Langtoft Primart School are not responsible for the content and are not endorsing any products that may be advertised within.

CEOP (a command of the National Crime Agency) offers really useful guidance to parents and carers as it understands the latest threats children face online. 

O2 have web pages dedicated to safety in the home.

Internet Matters.org is an up-to-date website sponsored by the biggest communication companies and provides a wealth of information and guidance for parents on a range of topics such as cyberbullying and grooming.

Childnet International has a series of 'cartoons' aimed at children in Key Stage 2.  The short animated films raise questions such as What is reliable? and Who should you tell? The Parents and Carers tab is updated regularly and covers such topics as parental controls and gaming. 

Lincolnshire Children Safeguarding Partnership have created some useful guides for parents on TikTok: What is TikTok & TikTok Privacy and Blocking

National Online Safety have published guides for parents on the use of WhatsApp, YouTube and TikTok

 Read our guide to using Seesaw safely at home here.