Internet Safety
The Internet has so many benefits - it helps our children learn, create, communicate and have fun. At Wheelers Lane Primary School, we want to teach the children to be responsible digital citizens (both when at home and at school) and ensure that they have the necessary knowledge, skills and understanding to successfully navigate the online world.
Online safety is taught in every Computing lesson at Wheelers Lane. Over the course of every year we cover these 8 strands:
  • Self-Image and Identity
  • Online Relationships
  • Online Reputation
  • Online Bullying
  • Managing Online Information
  • Health, Well-being and Lifestyle
  • Privacy and Security
  • Copyright and Ownership 

Useful Links for Parents and Carers

Occasionally our children may have to deal with a variety of challenging issues online. If you want more information about how to support your child in enjoying the digital world safely, further advice for parents and carers can be found on the following websites:

If you are worried that a child is being groomed or sexually exploited online

You should report your concerns to CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection). CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency and can investigate what is happening – with the assurance that the safety and wellbeing of the child is paramount at all times.

Help on setting up parental controls.
Further advice and support from National Online Safety.

Their GUIDES section is particularly useful if you have concerns about a particular app or website that your child is using.

Best parental control apps for Android and iPhone
Kid Rex is a child friendly search engine, allowing safer Internet searches and filtering inappropriate content.
Age appropriate websites to help children and parents stay safe online.
General guidance and advice from the NSPCC.
Useful information from the organisers of Safer Internet Day, which takes place every February.
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