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Online Safety

At Hullavington CE Primary and Nursery School we recognise the increasing risks in the digital world.  We believe that computing is an important part of a child's education but we also need to ensure that children can use technology in a way that keeps them safe.

In order to ensure all children know how to use computing safely, staff have developed a number of initatives including e-safety workshops led by the local police and the NSPCC and a computing curriculum which has e-safetly running through it.  We run workshops for parents too and encourage parents to get in touch if they need advice or have a concern.

Helpful Information for Parents.

Inappropriate Content

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Look at the age restrictions on these social media platforms.


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No to bullying including online bullying.

Online bullying

We vote with our feet and are firmly against bullying of any sort.

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Online Gaming Advice.

Family Activity Sheet – Gaming This activity sheet has been created to help you to learn more about online gaming and how to stay safe when playing.


Conversation starters.

Some questions you can ask to start a conversation:

Ask your child what games they know about and/or enjoy playing online.

Why do they like them/ think they are popular?

Ask your child how they would explain their favourite game to another young person, and how they could help play them safely.

Ask about who they talk to and how in an online game.

What would they do if they felt worried about a conversation? Make sure they know they can tell you if anything in the game makes them feel worried or uncomfortable. Pick one of these actions to do as a family:

 Visit the Thinkuknow website and search for tips on how be safe when playing games for different ages, by typing ‘games’ or ‘gaming’ into the search box.

Visit www.askaboutgames.com and look for advice on how you can set up family controls to limit who children talk to, how much they spend in game and time spent online.

Visit NSPCC’s Online Games webpage to find out more about the risks, and ways to help make online gaming safer.


Visit the Family Game Database – www.taminggaming.com – which provides information on a range of games, including good games to play online for families. Pick out a new game to play together – and PLAY! Use this as an opportunity to talk about the positive of gaming, as well as how to stay safe while playing the game.


For more information about this and other ways to help your child stay safe online, you can visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents.

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