Online Safety

Online Safety is an important aspect of our work to safeguard our children, at school, at home and in the wider community. 
Online Safety is discussed in computing lessons, PSHE and on Online Safety Day.
Here are some useful links to more information.
Digital MOT
'This is a cyber security assessment tool developed by the Community Safety Unit at Derbyshire County Council, in partnership with the Cybercrime Unit at Derbyshire Constabulary.

Phones, computers and tablets are part of everyday life - online banking, shopping, email and social media. But the longer you spend online, the more risks you are exposed to. So it's more important than ever to take steps to protect your accounts, data and devices from cyber criminals.

By answering a few simple questions, we'll tell you the most important things you can do to protect yourself online.'

What do I need to know about ChatGPT - a guide for parents/carers:
Capture - Who's looking after the children?  
This is a useful video for parents to watch, to consider internet safety at home. Parental Guidance is advised, the content of the video is not suitable for children.
Capture, who's looking after the children? | FT Film Standpoint - YouTube
An FT drama starring Jodie Whittaker (Dr Who), Paul Ready (Motherland), Shaniqua Okwok (It's a Sin), looks at online harm, regulation and responsibility. The search for their missing son leads a mother and father to a tech company, and a digital gatekeeper who seems to have all the answers.

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