B Cador: May 2016
As a greater amount of time is spent 'online' to communicate, it is important that parents and carers as well as staff at school do everything we can to keep our children safe online. It is just as important that our children know how to use online apps and social media (including Instagram) appropriately and respectfully.
We continue to request that parents and carers check their child's mobile devices (phones, ipads and other tablets etc) to ensure privacy settings are secure and to know with whom and what their child is doing online.
The school's Safeguarding page (School — menu bar) has been updated to include additional information for our parents and carers to help them find answers to questions and seek out support.
See below for some additional quick links:
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