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Online Safety at Home

The internet is amazing when used safely and correctly. It gives children the opportunity to play, create, learn and connect. However, children with special educational needs are more likely to experience the negative impact of the internet when accessing games, apps and social networking sites.

Online Safety at Home

The internet is amazing when used safely and correctly. It gives children the opportunity to play, create, learn and connect. However, children with special educational needs are more likely to experience the negative impact of the internet when accessing games, apps and social networking sites.

We want to encourage our pupils to enjoy the online world safely. Here are our top tips to online safety at home:

  • Develop family rules together about online use
  • Learn about new apps, games and social media:

Provides the latest information and advice on the social network apps and games that children are using.

The National Online Safety mobile app empowers parents to understand and address online safeguarding risks – any time, anywhere.

  • Set parental controls so that you can block certain sites, images and content online.
  • Report your concerns. If you are worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with your child online, let CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection command) know 

 

Further resources:

SEND Online Safety Hub

NSPCC Net Aware has partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice and activities specifically for parents and carers of children with SEND. It includes reviews and guidance on the most popular social networks, apps and game that children use.​

Visit the website here:

 

ParentSafe – dedicated portal to help parents keep children safe online

ParentSafe is a one-stop portal offering parents support and advice on safe settings, parental controls and monitoring, apps and games, talking to children about life online, screentime and key topics from bullying to extremism and gangs, fake news and more.

Visit    to find out more.

The internet is amazing when used safely and correctly. It gives children the opportunity to play, create, learn and connect. However, children with special educational needs are more likely to experience the negative impact of the internet when accessing games, apps and social networking sites.

Online Safety at Home

The internet is amazing when used safely and correctly. It gives children the opportunity to play, create, learn and connect. However, children with special educational needs are more likely to experience the negative impact of the internet when accessing games, apps and social networking sites.

We want to encourage our pupils to enjoy the online world safely. Here are our top tips to online safety at home:

  • Develop family rules together about online use
  • Learn about new apps, games and social media:

Provides the latest information and advice on the social network apps and games that children are using.

The National Online Safety mobile app empowers parents to understand and address online safeguarding risks – any time, anywhere.

  • Set parental controls so that you can block certain sites, images and content online.
  • Report your concerns. If you are worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with your child online, let CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection command) know 

 

Further resources:

SEND Online Safety Hub

NSPCC Net Aware has partnered with Ambitious about Autism to bring online safety tips, advice and activities specifically for parents and carers of children with SEND. It includes reviews and guidance on the most popular social networks, apps and game that children use.​

Visit the website here:

 

ParentSafe – dedicated portal to help parents keep children safe online

ParentSafe is a one-stop portal offering parents support and advice on safe settings, parental controls and monitoring, apps and games, talking to children about life online, screentime and key topics from bullying to extremism and gangs, fake news and more.

Visit    to find out more.

Contact Us

Thank you for visiting our website. If you cannot find everything you need on our website, require specific information or would just like to speak to us please do not hesitate in contacting the school office.

Hedgewood School
Weymouth Road, Hayes
Middlesex, UB4 8NF

Phone: 0208 8456756

Email: office@hedgewood.org