E-Safety

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At Norris Bank Primary School, we are committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our pupils and this encompasses safety on-line.

A growing number of children spend up to (and in some cases, over) 2 hours per day playing computer games and/or accessing the internet through a vast array of devices which can access the internet. As much as we would like to protect our children from the inappropriate content which exists online, as this is an ever changing entity it is more beneficial to our children in the long run to teach them how to deal with such instances. 

Click on the links below to find out more information on the popular sites and how to keep your child safe. If you would like anymore information you can Email tanya.cross@stockport.gov.uk

Click on the link to view slides used during our Internet Safety and Wellbeing Evening

safer internet-day-2020 /i am parent or carer  

nationalonlinesafety.com

protectyoungeyes.com 

fortnite – battle – royale

Musical-ly Parent Guide

Tik-Tok

Instagram

Kik Messenger

Netflix

Omegle

Online Gaming

ooVoo

Snapchat

YouNow 

YouTube

Information Sites

thinkuknow

Barnardosrealloverocks

NSPCC Keeping Children Safe

NSPCC net-aware

 e safety