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E-Safety & Gaming

E-safety is an important part of keeping children safe both at school & at home.  Keeping children safe online will only be successful if we all work together to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important to speak to children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.  They also need to know what they should do if they have a problem – good internet security & education around safe use is the best defence we can give them.

Useful general links:

 

Thinkuknow – information on websites, mobiles & new technology.  Run by National Crime Agency

CEOP.  Targeted e-safety games, information & videos for children from age 5 up to 14+ & for parents, carers, teachers & trainers.

 

CEOP Safety Centre – CEOP’s advice, help and report centre. Targeted sections for children from age 5 up to 14+ & for parents, carers, & people working with children.

 

CEOP Command – Child Exploitation & Online Protection Command.  Run by National Crime Agency.  Help, information & direct reporting button.

 

Kidsmart – run by Childnet. Targeted information & games on everything E.

Games & Gaming

 

PEGI Website – If you want to know more about the ratings labels on video & mobile games: how to decode them, how they are judged etc.

 

Askaboutgames – Useful information & help for families by people who really know this world.  They will also answer specific questions if you can’t find what you need on the site.

 

Parent’s Guide to Minecraft – Excellent information, tips & advice for keeping your children safe on Minecraft by the NSPCC.

 

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