For children of secondary school age it’s likely that the internet and social media will become a part of their daily life. New technologies and digital media may have changed the way young people communicate, socialise and create but the importance of parental guidance remains the same.
Research tells us that having a supportive parent or carer can make all the difference in helping a young person learn to stay safe. Here at The Hamble School we help our students to be ‘e-safe’ by educating them on how to stay safe on the internet and while using digital technologies. In addition to this we support our parents by offering annual e-Safety Awareness evenings and parental help workshops.
There is also a whole host of information for Parents, Carers, and Students available below.
Cyber Cafe – Parent Support Workshop (February 2018)
To download the presentation – Download (PDF)
Social Media Guides
|Guide to Facebook||516.2 KB||Download|
|Guide to Instagram||566.1 KB||Download|
|Guide to Musically||489.5 KB||Download|
|Guide to Snapchat||696.9 KB||Download|
|Guide to Whatsapp||196.4 KB||Download|
|Guide to YouTube||777.0 KB||Download|
Parent Control Resources
|Games Console||168.4 KB||Download|
|Home Routers||211.0 KB||Download|
‘E-Safety Awareness’ Presentation – June 2017
- CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection command
- UK Safer Internet Centre
- Think U Know
- Kid Smart
- Family Online Safety Institute
- I’m worried my child might see something inappropriate online
- Special Needs and the Online World
- Supporting Positive Sexual Behaviour
- Talking About Sex
- Using Parental Controls
- What Children Don’t Tell Their Parents
- What is live streaming?