Rosary Catholic Primary School

Rosary Catholic Primary School
Rosary Catholic Primary School

“Very exciting... you have fun here!”
- Alejandro

“We respect each other like a family”
- Megan

“Coming here will give you a good education ..it is an amazing school”
- Charlotte

“The Rosary School is a fantastic place... It's a peaceful paradise for learning”
- Laurance

“When I joined in Y1 everyone was accepting and made me feel welcome”
- Abraham

“I don't want to leave because of the great memories I have made here”
- Hannah

“Everyone treats each other like an equal”
- Grace

“We are like one big family, who achieve the best!”
- Toby

“..you achieve high levels and get lots of support”
- Findlay

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E-Safety

The link below will take you to the NSPCC video that was shown at our recent E Safety meeting for parents of pupils in Y5 and Y6. It deals with the risks children can face if they use apps like Snapchat, which are not meant to be used by children under 13.

https://youtu.be/sch_WMjd6go

 

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Children can use this button to report anything that they are concerned about regarding e-safety.

 

Parents can also find information to help them keep their children safe on the Childnet website www.childnet-int.org where parents can access an internet safety guide “Keeping Up with Children on the Internet”

 Teach your child the SMART rules:

S-Keep SAFE by being careful not to give out personal information-address, email, phone  number or school name to someone you don’t trust

M-MEETING someone you have only been in touch with online can be dangerous

A-ACCEPTING emails or opening files or pictures or texts from people you don’t know or trust can lead to problems-they may contain viruses or nasty messages

R-not all people you get to know online, or the information you read, are RELIABLE,

T-TELL your parent or a trusted adult, if something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable or worried.

 There are things you can do to help keep your child safe:

  • Get involved in your children’s internet use. Discussing the opportunities and risks with children can help them see for themselves how they might get into and out of difficulty.
  •  Agree rules as a family about personal information, time spent online and contacting people via the internet.
  • Create a family email address for registering online.
  •  Add www.virtualglobaltaskforce.com to your favourites in case you ever need to report online abuse to the police.
  • Encourage your child to talk to you or someone else they trust if they feel worried or upset by something they see or that happens when they are online.

Here is another website that has helpful information for parents regarding E-Safety http://www.vodafone.com/content/parents/get-started.html

It has guidelines for different age groups of children and how to download a free Vodaphone Guardian app for smartphones to protect children when they are using them.