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Safer Internet Day-All Fun and Games         

 

Today, 8th February, is Safer Internet day. A day when school children all over the world look at staying safe on the internet. The Children will have taken part or will be taking part in a range of activities across the entire week which started with an assembly yesterday.
This year’s theme is all about respect when gaming. Keep an eye out on the playground next week where our Digital Leaders will be sharing information for children and parents.

 

In the meantime, if you’re unsure if a game is suitable for your child, check out the below website. It has a wealth of information about a wide range of games across many different consoles.

 

https://www.taminggaming.com/ 

 

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Keeping Nether Stowey Safe Online

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Here at Nether Stowey, online safety is embedded within in all our learning. We also have special online safety assemblies and online safety lessons where each class learn about how to be safe online at least once every half term. 

Because of this, Nether Stowey pupils are very knowledgeable about how to keep themselves safe online and when using mobile and gaming technologies. 

Keeping your family safe

 

Please remember the importance of monitoring what your child does online, including on mobile phones, tablets and when gaming, and of talking to them about what to do if anything inappropriate happens. If you have any questions, please talk to your child's class teacher, or ask your child! There are a number of excellent websites with lots of information for children and parents:

 

 

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