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eSafety at Lodge Farm

Keeping our children safe online is important in today’s society. At home, many of our pupils have access to the Internet via a range of online devices such as mobile phones, tablets, online gaming, YouTube, social networking sites and chat apps to name a few. Our aim is to support and advise you in teaching your children how …

Online Safety Rules

Online Safety Newsletters

Useful Advisory Links

Click on the logo to view the required website. This is not an exhaustive list, but some examples of where to find further information.

Good Gaming is Safe Gaming

Many children love to play video games. To assist you in keeping your children safe whilst playing video games, including those with online player modes, please find some useful guidance in the Good Gaming is Safe Gaming document and in the weblinks below. This guidance includes how to set security features on particular games consoles; what the Pan-European Game Information (PEGI) …

Staying safe on Minecraft

Many of our children at Lodge Farm enjoy playing the game Minecraft. What exactly is Minecraft? Do you know what your children are doing when they are playing? Minecraft has grown in popularity with children of primary school age, in which they explore a virtual land where they can ‘create their own worlds and experiences, …

Safe Search Engines

Please click on the thumbnails below to go to your preferred search engine.

Useful Links

BBC Newsround 5 Ways to Stay Safe Online Parent Zone Parent Info from CEOP and Parent Zone CEOP’s ThinkUKnow Internet Matters NSPCC