The Internet is managed by a worldwide, non-statutory collaboration of independent agencies that serve mainly an adult audience. Without appropriate measures, access to unsuitable materials would be possible and security compromised. 21st century life presents dangers including violence, racism and exploitation from which children and young people need to be protected. At the same time they must learn to recognise and avoid these risks – to become “Internet Wise”. It is Durants School’s responsibility to ensure that e-safety reflects the need to raise awareness of internet safety issues.
Please CLICK HERE to see our E-Safety Assembly Presentation.
Parental Controls – your internet service providers have parental controls for you to block websites and content. HERE is a guide to help you if you are with BT, Sky, TalkTalk or Virgin. If your service provider is not listed you can always phone your provider and ask them for advice.
Gaming – Get to know what your teenagers \ young adults are playing, please take a look at this link for information about age ratings and game content HERE
Gaming and Online Streaming – Find the rating and information about the titles your teenagers/ young adults are playing/ watching/ reading and listening to HERE
Internet Matters – in partnership with: BT, SKY, TalkTalk, Virgin, BBC, Google, Facebook, EE, HUAWEI and Dixons Carphone. Helping parents keep their children safe online. HERE
Childnet International – a non-profit organisation working with others to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. HERE
THINK U KNOW
BBC Online Safety Advice
ParentINFO (from CEOP and PARENT ZONE) staying safe online
Child friendly safe search
Turn ON/OFF Google Safe Search
Get Safe Online(free professional advice)
NSPCC Net Aware (detailed information about websites)
CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection command
CBBC – StaySafe