Mayfield Church Of England Primary School

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eSafety

Keeping Safe Online

  • Never reveal ANY personal details that would allow someone to contact you outside the chat room.
  • Always stay in the public area of a chat room, where everyone can see the conversation, and where you should be safer.
  • NEVER arrange to go alone to meet anyone you have met over the Internet.
  • If you do meet an online friend, take an adult with you and meet in a public place.
  • Remember, everyone you meet in a chat room is a stranger, even though they might seem like a friend.

Talk to your child about their Internet use and take an interest. Your involvement is the best way of keeping them safe.

Pass on the safety advice.

Be positive! The Internet is a fantastic resource for learning, entertainment and communication. Just like in the real world, you need to take a few sensible precautions.

Let your child know they can come to you if something they don’t like happens  online.

Try not to overreact! This could simply make your child secretive about their Internet use and close down lines of communication between you.

Remember that all the safety advice here also applies to going online with a mobile phone.

If you decide to use software to filter or monitor information from the Internet, talk this over with your child. Any ground rules you agree will be much more effective.

We have uploaded some leaflets produced by the eSafety team at East Sussex County Council with advice and good practice on how to use the internet safely and securely, please use the link in the top menu bar.

Please click here for advice on how to keep your child safe online.

Please click here for children's eSafety advice. 

ESafety letter October 2015

We have also compiled a list of e-safety games and information for your children from external websites. Please see here.