On this page, you will find a range of interactive or downloadable resources to discuss e-safety with your children, whether they are in Reception or in Year 6.
This will be updated regularly to make sure you receive plenty of content to deliver to your children to make sure they are making safe, sensible decisions online.
The UK Safer Internet Centre compiles resources from around the web for all age groups as well as parents and carers. They also run Safer Internet Day annually.
Childline's website features lots of excellent useful information, videos and resources about staying safe online, keeping information secure and spotting fake news.
EYFS and KS1
Smartie the Penguin is the mascot for Childnet International to help teach E-Safety to children in EYFS and KS1. Their website contains downloadable PowerPoint stories about dealing with a host of issues such as pop-ups, inappropriate websites, others online and cyberbullying.
A video suitable for EYFS and KS1 about how to deal with pop-up ads and why not to click on them.
This quiz is from the UK Safer Internet Centre and was hosted on their website as part of Safer Internet Day 2018. All of the questions are still very relevant, especially as children will likely be interacting with each other online during this time.
This website lets you test out passwords to see how secure they are. The website uses a program to estimate how long it would take for a computer to crack your password.
This website is intended to show the danger of using simple words for passwords but please bear in mind it is for educational purposes only!