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Eastbrook Primary Academy

Eastbrook Primary Academy

"Everyone matters and every day counts"

"An outstanding school" (Ofsted July 2015)

Safer Internet Day 2020

Classes across school have been exploring how to keep safe online during this past half term. Below is some information about training for parents to help you, to keep your child/ren safer online along with copies of the letter sent home and the available training sites.

You may also want to take a look at the following websites for further information: 

Safer Internet Day

Child Exploitation and Online Protection

NSPCC/O2 Online Safety Partnership

Whilst the internet has become a fantastic resource for our children, we are aware that dangers exist online. It is therefore important that we take extra care when using the internet. As adults we need to be vigilant and aware of internet security, so we don’t become a victim of cybercrime. We should also monitor our children's internet usage and understand how to help minimise the risks our children face online.
In support of Safer Internet Day 2020, there is an opportunity to attend a FREE Digital Online Safety Awareness Session delivered by online safety experts from West Sussex County Council Staying Safe Online. Please see the venues overleaf. Please note these are adult only sessions.
This session will offer you invaluable tips and advice on how to keep your children safe online. Each session aims to cover the following: 
1. What children are doing online 2. Identifying some of the risks children may face online 3. Looking at how you can support your children to protect themselves  4. Showing you the help/support and resources available  5. How to report any concerns
You will be given the opportunity to ask any questions and discuss and concerns you may have about your child’s internet safety in a relaxed and friendly environment. 
To book your place contact: