North Shore Academy

Inspiring Healthy Minds

E-Safety for Parents

Information for Parents on keeping your child safe online.


Cleveland Police Stay Safe Online - September 2016

Download Cleveland Police Stay Safe Online leaflet


E-Safety Videos for Parents

BOOST Parents: An Introduction to Online Safety Video (Part 1)

BOOST Parents: An Introduction to Online Safety Video (Part 2)

BOOST Parents: An Introduction to Online Safety Video (Part 3)

BOOST Parents: An Introduction to Online Safety Video (Part 4)



Parent Info

Expert information to help children and young people stay safe online, articles, guides and advice are available on the Parent Info Website.


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Resilient Families Free Online Safety Course
a free online course to help you get to grips with the things you really worry about when the children and young people in your care go online.It includes topics such as radicalisation and extremism, cyberbullying and sexting.


Switched On Families

Switched on Families (Created by VirginMedia)
Switched On Families is about giving parents clear, honest, useful (and sometimes even fun) support to make sure your family gets the best from the web. You know your kids best, but here at Virgin Media, we know a thing or two about the web and want to help you make informed and confident choices.


E-Safety Leaflets

Have you done the online safety checks? Download the leaflets below to do the privacy checks on social media accounts.

Facebook

Snapchat

Instagram

Twitter


E-Safety Websites

We recommend to students, staff and parents to visit the following websites to gain better knowledge of esafety and useful tools to help with incidents online.

Think u Know website

Childline Online and Mobile Safety

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Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)

Get Safe Online - Great website with expert advice on using the Internet.


Reporting an Issue

Students can report an issue with their tutor, teacher, head of year, or another member of staff. It is important that with any issue you keep evidence of incidents online.

The Academy can then investigate the issue.

We have now provided an anonymous way of reporting an issue to the Academy either click on the 'report an issue' button below or follow the instructions below to send a text.

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You can anonymously report issues to you via SMS by texting NOR2 + their message to 078600 21584

Please read our E-Safety Policy on the Academy Policies page


Safer Internet Day 2016

Play your part for a better internet!

Take the Safer Internet Quiz

Watch the Safer Internet TV Clips

Cleveland Police Internet Safety Bulletin (lots of advice and resources)

Parents information and resources factsheet

Conversation Starters for Parents