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Online Safety/ Mental Health/ Well-Being

At Barleyhurst Park Primary, technology is an integral part of each child’s education, however we also appreciate that as children use laptops, tablets and other devices, particularly when accessing content online, there are additional risks. At school, we cover a wide aspect of online safety so that as children get older and use an increased range of resources, they are able to keep themselves safe online.

Starting this year we have also subscribed to the National Online Safety site which has a host of resources available to help ensure children stay as safe as possible while using the internet and enjoying its benefits. Each week they publish a new online safety guide (usually 1 page) which provides the information for parents on a particular topic. The guides cover a whole range of useful subjects, some of which include, Using Smart Phones, Hate Speech Online, Texting Awareness, Snapchat as well as sharing key information about the latest games which children may be playing online.

We hope you find these bursts of information useful and use them where necessary to support your child in staying safe as they enjoy the wonders of the internet.

If you have any questions about online safety, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Apps / Websites Age Ratings
Parent's Guide to Cyberbullying
Online Safety Guides
What Parents Need To Know About Sharing Intimate Images 10.07.24
Online Trolling 03.07.24
Gambling 26.06.24
Promoting Physical Wellbeing 19.06.24
Friendly Competition 12.06.24
Palworld 05.06.24
Healthy Friendships 22.05.24
School Avoidance 15.05.24
Helldivers-2 08.05.24
Media Use And Attitudes Report 2024. 01.05.24
Shopping Apps 24.04.24
Energy Drinks 17.04.24
What Parents And Educators Need To Know About Clickbait 27.03.24
10 Top Tips For Parents And Educators Encouraging Open Conversations At Home 20.03.24
Healthy Sleeping Habits 13.03.24
Promoting Storytime 06.03.24
Bullying 28.02.24
Online Dating Platforms 14.02.24
Monkey 07.02.24
Persuasive Design 31.01.24
MyLOL 24.01.24
Smartphone Safety Tips 17.01.24
Free Speech vs Hate Speech 10.01.24
Parental Controls On New Devices 20.12.23
12 Top Tips For Children And Young People To Enjoy A Tech Free Christmas 13.12.23
What Parents and Carers Need To Know About Disney 06.12.23
Online Safety Act 2.11.23
Black Friday and Cyber Monday 22.11.23
Smart TV 15.11.23
Microtransactions 08.11.23
X 01.11.23
EA Sports FC 18.10.23
Upsetting Content 11.10.23
Among Us 04.10.23
Vaping Dangers, 27.09.23
WhatsApp, 20.09.23
Setting Boundaries Around Gaming, 13.09.23
W APP, 19.07.23
Rumble, 05.07.23
Amino, 28.06.23
A.I, 21.06.23
Money Muling, 14.06.23
OmeTV, 07.06.23
Influencers, 24.05.23
Wellbeing Online, 16.05.23
Telegram, 09.05.23
King Charles III, 03.05.23
Wizz, 26.04.23
Children and Parents' Media Usage Report 19.04.23
Managing Device Stress and Anxiety, 29.03.23
Creating Strong Passwords, 22.03.23
Adopting Safe and Healthy Online Habits, 15.03.23
iPads, 08.03.23
NGL, 01.03.23
Spotify, 22.02.23
How Gaming can Support Positive Outcomes, 08.02.23
Encouraging Open Discussion About Digital Lives, 01.02.23
Building Cyber Resilience, 25.01.23
Twitter, 18.01.23
World of Warcraft, 11.01.23
Staying Safe On New Devices, 04.01.23
Setting Up Apps, Games, and Software, 14.12.22
HiPal, 07.12.22
Social Media and Mental Health, 30.11.22
TikTok, 23.11.22
Call Of Duty, 16.11.22
How To Combat Online Bullying, 09.11.22
Amigo, 02.11.22
Sendit, 19.10.22
Fifa 23, 12.10.22
Being Green With Tech, 28.09.22
Reddit, 21.09.22
Queen Elizabeth II, 14.09.22
Roblox, 07.09.22
Social Media Scams, 15.09.21
Rocket League, 08.09.21