The following link will take you to a page dedicated to e-safety and explains the guidelines for sites such as Facebook and Instagram.
The think you know site has great advice for both children and adults on how to stay safe online. We strive to ensure that our children are good digital citizens. The children have explored both Jessie and Friends and Band Runner which can both be viewed through this link.
Here are some other excellent sites to help parents stay ahead when it come to children staying safe online.
The BBC schools website has some excellent resources to help with all areas of the curriculum, helping to make learning fun.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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