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How can I keep my child safe?

Children need support to be able to use the internet and technology safely. Try to make time to talk to your child about how they can keep themselves safe. Remind them never to share any personal details like their name, date of birth, where they live or what school they go to. It is important that your child understands that there is always someone who they can talk to, either you, a trusted adult in school or one of the agencies on our links page, should they not feel comfortable talking to someone who they know. 

Before you give your child a tablet, PC or games console, have a look at our guidance below:

Guidance on Games

Age Restricted

We would like to remind you of some of the following age restrictions:

Facebook - you must be at least 13 to create an account

Call of Duty - certificate 18

Grand Theft Auto - certificate 18

Fortnite - certificate 12 (click here for more information)

Always remember to look at the certificate of a film or game before making the decision about if it is suitable for your child. These restrictions are applied for a reason. 

 

Use the button below if you need to report any serious concerns.

http://www.bbfc.co.uk/

Safeguarding At Oak Primary team

DESIGNATED SAFEGUARDING LEADS:

Mr D Bendall Headteacher

Mrs G Simpson

Deputy DSL:

Mrs R Topham, Mrs M Todd,  Mrs S Wilson,  Mrs F Farooq 

 

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THINKUKNOW ONLINE SAFETY ADVICE

Thinkuknow offer lots of other advice about children's online safety

Click here to watch short videos about online streaming

Click here to find out more about TikTok

 

There are also weekly online safety activities for your children:

Age 4 to 5

Age 5 to 7

Age 8 to 10

Age 11 to 13

 

 

 

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