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Online Safety

At Denbigh Community Primary School we strive to ensure children understand the importance of online safety, and how we can be responsible and safe internet users.

We believe all pupils and other members of the school community have an entitlement to safe internet access at all times. We believe that school should create a culture of Online Safety and that Online Safety should be taught through Computing, Personal, Social and Emotional Health Education, British Values, Relationships and Relationship and Sex Education. Our curriculum coverage of Online Safety will support the work done to raise awareness of Online Safety through assemblies and themed learning days I.E Internet Safety Day.

Please take the time to review our Online Safety resources so that you can support our school in ensuring your child is always safe during their digital journey.

Online Safety Courses and Apps

Denbigh has teamed up with National Online Safety to offer our parents the chance to gain a certificate in Online Safety as you learn how best to protect your child in their Online experiences. Please click on the links below.

National Online Safety Course for 4-7 Year Olds

National Online Safety Course for 7-11 Year Olds

Parental controls:

Children are gaining access to and owning their own devices from an ever younger age. Devices can be great for learning and development. However, parents should be aware of the content available online and the chance of your child seeing something they shouldn’t when online.

Pre-installed parental controls are available for most devices, laptops and consoles and are part of the system when you buy them. You can often download e-safety apps and software to supplement these controls. But the most important thing is to set the controls on the device itself.

Click on the following guides will help your improve your child’s Online Safety

Parental Controls iPhone and iPad

Parental Control Android Smartphone

Parental Control Adroid Tablet 

Parental Control Broadband and Mobile Networks 

If you have an Online Safety concern, please let us know by completing the form below.

If you’re concerned about your child and need information or further help and support please click on the link below.

Click on the icons below for more information about how to keep your child safe online.

Think U Know Parents Section
Think U Know Parents Section
Know It All for Parents
Know It All for Parents
Safer Internet Parents  Section
Safer Internet Parents Section
Digitally Confident Parents Section
Digitally Confident Parents Section
NSPCC Share Aware
NSPCC Share Aware
Parents Guide to Facebook
Parents Guide to Facebook
Parents Guide to Instagram
Parents Guide to Instagram
Parents guide to Snapchat
Parents guide to Snapchat
Parents guide to Google+
Parents guide to Google+
Supporting Young People Online
Support Young People Online
NSPCC Netaware Sites, Apps, Games Reviewed
NSPCC Netaware Sites, Apps, Games Reviewed
Parent Fact Sheet
Parent Fact Sheet
Conversation Starters
Conversation Starters
Top Tips for Ipads
Top Tips for Ipads
Childnet Parents and Carers
Childnet Parents and Carers
Internet Matters
Internet Matters
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We are aware that Roblox is a very popular game amongst some children. Please ensure you are aware of how to keep your child safe when playing online. #dcpsict #dcpscomputing ... See MoreSee Less

We are aware that Roblox is a very popular game amongst some children. Please ensure you are aware of how to keep your child safe when playing online. #dcpsict #dcpscomputing

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Stacey Louise Brown

Ambre Barclay since Rebecca and Kieran are obsessed with this game

#dcpscomputing #dcpsict
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