At Norton CEVC Primary School we feel it is very important to provide parents with key information on how they can keep their children safe online. We truly believe that by working with parents we can keep our children safe online. The NSPCC in partnership with O2 have produced some very useful parent guides which are certainly worth a read.
Smart devices promise to make our lives easier. And in many cases – they do. But these new technologies present risks too. Whether you’re using a digital assistant to record your shopping list or you’re controlling your lights through a smart system, many smart functions can be ‘hacked’ and controlled by someone outside your home. This guide will help you identify some of the ways you can stay alert and protect yourself. Also have a look at the information sheet which provides parents with a guide on how to control Internet use.
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