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If you need advice, support or to report an online child protection issue, then visit CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) :

 

https://ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

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Online Safety at CPS

 

Creating a safe computing learning environment includes three main elements at CPS:

 

  • An effective range of technological tools;
  • Policies and procedures, with clear roles and responsibilities;
  • A comprehensive online safety education programme for pupils, staff and parents.

 

A copy of our Online Safety Policy can be viewed here:

Support for Parents

Be 'Net Aware'

Do you ever wonder what the apps or games your child is using are all about? If so then please take a look at the NSPCC Net Aware site. It is a useful parent guide to the social media sites many children use every day.

www.net-aware.org.uk

 

Apps

If you have a tablet or iPad at home, browse this list of suggested apps to support your child's learning at home. 

Top Tips for using apps

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These fantastic posters by Jack (l) and Hosana (r) from Y5 share some useful tips for parents whose children use apps on tablets or mobile devices.

Phonics

If you would like an iPad app to help your child with their phonics at home, we recommend the Sounds-Write app (information here: http://www.sounds-write.co.uk/apps.aspx  ). This app follows the same scheme that we learn from Reception.

 

 

If you have any e-Safety concerns, please speak to Mr Sudell, Computing Leader.  

 

Below are some more useful links for parents about e-Safety.

 

 

Be SMART on the Internet

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