Please see our Safeguarding page for our most up to date Online Safety Policy.
 
Social media and the online world can be a really positive way of staying connected and learning new skills but make sure that you are checking that your children are using these accounts in a positive way and being safe. Talk to your children regularly about how they use the internet and how it makes them feel. You can find information on our website’s home learning page/online safety/NSPCC Online Safety Booklet but also here are some great accounts for you and your children to follow to support mental health.
 
Instagram: @myaraiseteam  
Twitter: @MYARaiseteam,   @Alderhey @Merpol Digital PCSO (via Twitter) @IM_org @ThinkuknowUK
Facebook: MYARaiseteam  Alder Hey
 

Tips on keeping your children safe 

How to check what your child has watched on Youtube
How to keep your child safe on Youtube
Report inappropriate videos on Youtube Kids
 

Click on the links below to view a range of websites for parents, carers and family members that we hope you will find useful.

think-u-know Think You Know

Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.

 

KnowITAll_logo1 Childnet – Know it all

Keep up to date with how to support your child online.

 

BBC OWNIT

A resource for children to help them think about online behaviours.

 

logo  Childnet – Cyberbullying

Use this award winning selection of resources with secondary pupils, to learn about the hurt and pain that can be caused by cyberbullying.

 

SAMPLED_3020104_1200____   Mumsnet – Internet Safety

For information about keeping primary school-age children safe online.