Loads of resources on here Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre - internet safety - CEOP
We are having a parents evening which will allow us 2 x 45min sessions on e-safety advice for parents. Has anyone got any ideas or resources in creating something that would be interesting and informative for parents and not just a general lecture? This is based on parents of yr3 and yr4 children so the lower end of the category. I think we are going to use digital leaders to help us show parents how to lock down various devices and also show them some of the things we do in school in regards to teaching the children about e-safety.
Thanks in advance
titch (22nd January 2014)
Lots and lots of stuff here eSafety Resources
Vodafone digital parenting is particularly good http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents.html and http://www.vodafone.com/content/pare..._magazine.html
And this from UKSIC http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advi...ental-controls
I always find parents talks good after speaking to their kids first. You then realise what the issues are in that school. Try doing "keeping information private" with the kids... ask the kids
- how many of them know the PIN number for their parents bank/credit card
- how many know there parents password on the computer
- how many know the password to paypal
- how many have shopped onljne using a parents card or PayPal account
Don't make it confrontational, just make it idle questions... you will be shocked by the result. You can then go town on their parents!
Last edited by elsiegee40; 21st January 2014 at 03:51 PM.
Cheers all. Like the parents questions Elsie may use them. Have quite a few resources already but was hoping for some tips or talking points, something that's food for thought rather than death by powerpoint. Maybe an activity? I have some Digital leaders coming showing parents how to lock down ios and android but would like a couple of other hands on things.
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