Online Safety For Parents

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    On a very cold Tuesday 25th January,  25 of our key stage 2 children represented the school in the district cross country event at Haileybury Turnford. All the…

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  • Author M.G. Vaciago to Visit

    We are excited to announce that author of the acclaimed Big Little Voice® book series, is visiting Wormley Primary during Antibullying Week. On 18th November,  M.G. Vaciago will…

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The HfL summer term online safety newsletters for Parents and Carers edition both feature a range of guidance, news, links and updates about online safety for all phases, with particular reference to the current situation, recent developments and concerns. We hope they will prove helpful and informative.
Please feel free to share them with your personal and or professional networks. HfL_Online_Safety_Newsletter_for_Parents_and_Carers_Summer_2022.01

Our newsletter for parents and carers includes reviews and details about:

  • Talking to your child about online sexual harassment, Children’s Commissioner Guide
  • What to do if something goes wrong – Childline
  • NSPCC online safety hub
  • Helping children cope with media coverage of traumatic events – Parent Zone
  • What is ‘Genshin Impact’? – Parent Zone
  • Search engines and what you need to know about safer searching – Parentzone
  • Setting up parental controls – NSPCC
  • What is Yubo? – Parent Zone