Online Safety Tips for adults and young people with learning disabilitiesThe Ann Craft Trust (ACT) is a national charity which exists to minimise the risk of abuse of disabled children and adults at risk. They believe that everyone has the right to be treated with respect and dignity. The trust website offers lots of valuable resources on a range of topics. One page includes links related to digital safety.
Speak out. Stay safe. Virtual Assembly
Welcome to our virtual 'Speak out. Stay Safe.' assembly! This session will be led by the wonderful Sally from our Schools Service, and features special guest...
E-Safety advice from NSPCCIncludes a quiz to discover how well you know your child's online world, info on Pokemon Go and seven easy things you can do to keep children safe on the internet and social networks
Pokemon Go!Pokemon Go looks set to be a summer craze! Alan Earl, Harm Reduction Officer, explains a bit more about the app, the risks and what parents can do to avoid them.
Staying safe online this summerWith the summer holidays just around the corner, children are looking forward to having more free time. For some, this will be spent using the internet to keep in touch with friends, catch up with the latest apps and online trends, and playing their favourite games. This looks at how parents and carers can help and support them.