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  • What is Tik Tok?

    Published 23/01/20, by Sara Lindley

    Tik Tok has been mentioned is school recently so we thought that you might like to have some more information about it if you were not familiar with it.

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  • Positive parenting

    Published 10/01/20, by Peter Cresswell

    NEED-TO-KNOW: HOW TO SET BOUNDARIES AND BUILD POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS

    Balancing the various demands parents have to cope with isn't easy and all parents can come under pressure or stress from time to time.

    This guide shares practical advice and tips for positive parenting techniques that work well for children - from babies to teenagers. These techniques encourage better behaviour and help parents find out what works for them and their child.

    The guide is also a valuable resource for services and professionals offering parenting advice to new parents and those caring for young children or teenagers.

    See below...

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  • Support And Advice During Christmas

    Published 18/12/19, by Helen Holmes

    Christmas is getting closer and we have lots of very excited children in school - we hope you all have a wonderful break! IF anyone needs any advice or support over the holidays for children then here are a few handy numbers and websites. 

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  • EQT Digital Leaders

    Published 13/12/19, by Peter Cresswell

    See below for the latest edition of our Digital Leaders magazine - there are lots of tips about esafety for adults and children.

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  • Top Tips for Parents - Fornite, chapter 2

    Published 17/10/19, by Sara Lindley

    An organisation called National Online Safety have just published this very handy guide for parents giving an overview of the new Fornite, chapter 2. It contains lots of info on the changes and helpful tips for parents.

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  • Parental controls

    Published 20/07/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Parental controls are an important way to keep your child safe online.

    Parental controls can be used to block upsetting or harmful content, control in-app purchases or manage how long your child spends online. And the good news is parental controls are really easy to set up.

    Innocent searches sometimes reveal not so innocent results. So if you’re worried about what your child is searching for online, who they’re talking to or what they’re seeing, we can help.

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  • Digital Leaders #6

    Published 22/06/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Digital Leaders - a regular e-magazine created by groups of children across Equals trust schools to promote e-safety and responsibility. Our Digital Leaders have been working hard over the last few months: collecting worries and popular app suggestions from classes, writing our half termly Digital Leaders magazine and helping pupils keep safe online! See below for #6!

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  • Assembly About Bullying

    Published 03/04/19, by Helen Holmes

    Some of our Year 6 girls asked if they could do an assembly about bullying and here are some of their Powerpoint slides.  It was great to see some of our children stand up and talk to their younger school friends about something so important. The final message to the school was that if anyone feels that they are being bullied or feels that someone else is then they must tell an adult that they trust. Well done to the girls!

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  • Vigilance around online media - MOMO CHALLENGE

    Published 27/02/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Vigilance around Online media

    We would like to make you aware of a concern regarding online media. This includes YouTube, WhatsApp, Instagram and games such as Fortnite. The concern is to do with a ‘pop up’ called the ‘Momo Challenge’. Some children are very aware of the ‘Momo Challenge’ and it has been the focus of conversation on school playgrounds this week.

    According to reports, the pop-up can occur across a range of media and has happened in the middle of YouTube videos, especially those targeted at children such as ‘Peppa Pig’. The pop-up is an unpleasant and scary caricature of a woman with distorted and bulgy eyes.

    There are a number of concerns relating to this.

    • On its own, the imagery can be disturbing to children causing them to be frightened.
    • The character allegedly suggests the children add a contact on WhatsApp and then bombards them with messages suggesting self-harm and other damaging behaviour. This is obviously a significant safeguarding risk.
    • Whilst this is disturbing, police have suggested that the driving force behind the app is to ‘mine’ information and data which can subsequently be used fraudulently.

    Please see these links below for further information:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-47359623

    https://nationalonlinesafety.com/resources/platform-guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents/

    There is plenty of additional information relating to this particular issue should parents carry out a search for it.

    As always, we would encourage parents to ensure they continue to be highly vigilant regarding all the online activity their children are engaged in.

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  • Child safety on TikTok: parent factsheet

    Published 07/02/19, by Peter Cresswell

    Click on the attachment below to read about keeping your child safe when using TikTok

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