Online Safety

Keeping children safe online:

Ringmer Primary and Nursery School has an 'Online Safety Policy' which you can read below.

Need specific advice on Social Media or Gaming? Please see our Safeguarding pages.

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Click here to view the winning Online Safety videos from our school competion

Pupil Acceptable Use of Technology Policies

We also have key stage appropriate 'acceptable use policies' which can be seen by clicking on the relevant document.

Want specific advice on apps and social media sites? Please see our Safeguarding page.

BBC Own It App updated for COVID-19

The BBC's Own It app helps young people new to social media manage their well-being, whilst empowering children to make smart choices, and helping them to lead a positive life online.

The Own It app and keyboard lets children:

· get advice whenever they type

· track their feelings

· win badges as they reflect

· find help when they need it

· taking quizzes to learn more about themselves

The app also includes a special keyboard to use which offers helpful tips and friendly advice to children when they need it.

The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play.

Click the image to go to the Government website with useful links to other sites that support with online safety for children.

Digisafe Daily

While schools are closed, LGfL are publishing questions, tips or challenges for Primary pupils to help them stay safe at home and on their devices. Go to digisafedaily.lgfl.net for the daily publications.

Talking to your child about online sexual harassment: A guide for parents

Please click on the images to see a larger version.

Click on the images below to visit useful Online Safety sites:

Childnet

Safer Internet Centre

NSPCC

Think U Know

WHISPER REPORTING TOOL

Use this free and anonymous service, to report issues or concerns around welfare or safeguarding, to school.

Please be aware you may not receive an immediate response, but we will aim to reply with 24 hours.