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Putteridge Primary School

Putteridge Primary School

'E' safety at home

To support our very successful and informative online safety day on the 8th March, a parent information presentation was accessible for the week and we're pleased to say that a number of parents accessed this and have left some very positive feedback.

Some comments left regarding the session were as follows:

"Will definitely be keeping more of an eye out."

"I will continue to have conversations with my kids around online safety"

"I will ensure parental control is placed, ensure not to operate and open door policy. Monitor the children closely on the activities they carry out online."

"The session is very educative and informative."

For those of you unable to access the presentation, a copy of the slides is attached below.  We would strongly recommend that everyone takes the time to read these and to explore the links to help safeguard all of our children as they explore the online world.


Further useful links and information

If you have any concerns around Child Exploitation online, please click the site below to take you to CEOP (Child Exploitation & Online Protection):

This page has links to a range of organisations and companies that provide information about how you can help to keep your child safe when using both the internet and mobile devices. 

Your mobile providers website should also be a source of useful information outlining what support / advice they can offer.

Following the parental meeting on e-safety delivered by ECP, a copy of the slides used are on the pdf attached to the bottom of this section. Please take the time to read through the information provided.

For information on apps and sites that children may use/sign up to, including information about what the app/site entails, please visit:

Below are additional links that Childnet have provided;

Apple devices

Support with social networking

  • To find out more about social networking sites like Facebook, see Childnet’s social networking guide for parents:
  • Childnet’s Chatdanger site,
  • Offers guidance about chatting on the internet. For more advice for parents about helping children stay safe online, see Know IT All for parents:

Blackberry devices

Gaming devices