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E-safety and Internet Awareness. Hanbury C of E First School. E-safety Evening. Aims: Introduction to the new school website Explanation of Global IDs and single sign-on E-safety Tips. The New Website. http://www.hanbury.worcs.sch.uk. Global IDs. Global IDs. Strong Ciphers.

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E-safety and Internet Awareness

Hanbury C of E First School

E-safety Evening


  • Introduction to the new school website

  • Explanation of Global IDs and single sign-on

  • E-safety Tips

The New Website

  • http://www.hanbury.worcs.sch.uk

Global IDs

Global IDs

Strong Ciphers

  • Hard to crack

  • Mix cases, letters, numbers and symbols


How to manage the dangers whilst reaping the benefits

What does CEOP do?

  • CEOP work in partnership to protect children and young people from sexual exploitation – from the e-world to the real world

Why is e-safety important?

6000 11-16 year-olds were surveyed about their internet use.

  • 55% access the internet everyday

  • 47% for an hour or more

  • 21% liked IM/Chat the most

  • 15% used gaming sites

  • 11% used Social Networking sites

  • 33% had access in their bedrooms

  • 25% have met someone offline – one quarter of these did not take anyone with them.

  • of the three quarters who did 83% took a friend not a trusted adult.

Why is e-safety important?

If we translate that information over to the children at Hanbury. Out of 108 children:

  • 60 will access the internet everyday

  • 51 for an hour or more

  • 16 will like IM/Chat the most

  • 16 will use gaming sites

  • 12 will use Social Networking sites

  • 36 will have access in their bedrooms

  • 27 may meet someone offline – SEVEN of these will not take anyone with them.

  • of the three quarters who will, SIXTEEN would take a friend not a trusted adult.

Tips for keeping them safe

Rule 1: Location, Location, Location

  • Keep computers in family areas so their use can be supervised.

    Rule 2: Ask your child what they are doing on the internet.

  • Older children often view the internet as a private space. It isn’t. An honest and open dialogue will make them more likely to tell you if there is something wrong.

Rule 3: Get involved

  • Share computer time with your child.

    Rule 4: Set up some security

  • Protect against viruses and spyware

  • Set content filters and parental controls

  • Set up separate user accounts

  • Wireless internet

  • Strong Ciphers

Encourage your child to be:

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