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Online safety

At Kates Hill we encourage our children to use RMUNIFY which is a safe environment for children to use when they go online. If you have a website that your child uses on a regular basis let us know and we can add a tile for you.

Advice for Parents
  • Supervise your children whilst they are online.
  • Always ensure you know passwords for your children’s devices
  • As parents/adults you should know what your child is doing online. E.g. Gaming; Fortnite, YouTube, etc.
  • Be aware of who your child is talking to online (people are not always who they say they are).
  • Check their devices regularly to ensure they are using them safely.
  • Check website history regularly to monitor the websites your child is viewing. Do not allow children to delete their history.
  • Check your Internet Settings at home. In school sites are filtered at home filtering depends on your settings.
  • Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to help with Parental Control settings.
  • Give your children time limits. It is recommended that a break should be taken every 20 minutes of using their devices.
  • Don’t allow children to have their tablets in their rooms at bedtime.
Work with your children to be safe online

Be Internet Legends (BIL)

BIL- A Guide for setting Internet ground rules for your family

BIL- Code for parents - Online safety activities for the whole family

BIL- Play Interland

Cyber Academy

Cyber Academy - Trend Micro Internet Safety series for Kids

Useful Information and Guidelines

Online Safety Information Booklet for Parents 

Websites for parents to support their child online

Parental Controls and Privacy Settings-How to set Parental Controls

I want my own YouTube Channel - You tube offers young people the chance to be content creators as well as consumers (follow You Tube influencers). Here is some useful information to help adults support their children, including the rules associated with creating an account and associated privacy settings: what-if-my-child-wants-their-own-youtube-channel 

TikTok: Parent\Info - A new Parent Info article explores how Tik Tok works, the parental controls available, and how they can help their child to stay safer on the platform

Video guide for live streaming from Thinkuknow

Internet matters – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

London Grid for Learning - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Net-aware - for support for parents and carers from the NSPCC

Help and Advice for families in a digital world - Parent

Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a uk organisation which protects children both online and offline

UK Safer Internet Centre - Tips, advice, guides and resources to help keep your child safe online

CEOP - Make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors. Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online?