Mr B’s Online Safety Newsletter No.2

Online Safety Newsletter

This is the second termly newsletter that I hope will you keep informed about the ever-changing technology and online safety concerns that your child might encounter.

This newsletter will signpost you to helpful websites and guides, to keep you informed and support your children to stay safe online.

Please take the time to visit some of the excellent websites and resources.

Mr B’s Quote

‘Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don’t let anybody else use it and get a new one every 6 months!’

Safer Internet Day Presentation

‘I hope you managed to have that vital conversation with your children about being online, using the resources I sent home. If you missed them, you can find them in the same folder as the Information Guides.

On safer Internet day, I ran an Online Safety presentation to parents. Thank you to all who attended! You can find the presentation, with all the links and useful websites, by clicking on the link below.’

‘There are plans to run another Online Safety Meeting with parents before the end of the year.’ – Mr B

CEOP – Thinkuknow

Find out what you need to do if you have a concern about your child with lots of fantastic advice. Also, they give the instructions on what to do If you’re worried that your child is being groomed online and how to report to CEOP. 

The Dark Web Explained

Being aware of the Dark Web can help you have informed conversations and support your child if you are concerned. Watch our new film and download the fact sheet for more information.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) works with child protection partners, including the police, across the UK and overseas to protect children and young people from online child sexual abuse. The CEOP Education team is a part of the National Crime Agency.

The National Crime Agency also runs the CEOP Safety Centre, a reporting service for children and young people


If you need to make a report, click on this link here:

Common Sense Media

Reviews for what your kids are into (before they get into it) – Trusted ratings created with families in mind.

‘If you don’t know about this, you are missing out!  It gives excellent reviews of films & games including ratings on: Violence & Scariness, Positive messages, sex, romance & nudity and Language (with listed bad language or rude words used in the film/game). It also has parent reviews giving their opinion on age suitability and what they thought of the film/game.’ – Mr B

Information Guides

I have downloaded some from different online safety websites which you can access via the link below instead of searching on the internet for them. ‘What Parents Need to Know About…’.

NEW! Gaming can support Positive Outcomes!

NEW! Artificial Intelligence Solutions

New! Spotify

To view and download these NEW guides and more…

Click on this link:–12pJ?usp=sharing

What Parents Need to Know About…’

Complete List of Guides Available to download

Internet Matters
Call of Duty:Modern Warfare 2
Social Media and Mental Health
Age-Inappropriate Content
Be Kind Online
Disney+ Safety Guide
Fortnite Safety Guides
Good Mental Health
HouseParty App Safety Guide
How to clean devices
Live Lesson Guide
Netflix Safety Guide
Online Safety Guide
Remote Learning 4 Parents
Roblox Safety Guide
Setting up New Devices for children
Smartphone Safety
TikTok Safety Guide
Youtube Kids Safety Guide
Zoom Safety Guide

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