Here at Little Leaps Nursery we understand the importance of E-safety for children. Technology has developed a lot which can put children in a vulnerable position. Organisations such as the NSPCC provide guidance on how to approach e-safety with your children and advice on how to make your home e-safe.
Please click here to be directed to the NSPCC for further advice, free online safety resources and free safety webinars.
Dan Hawbrook from the LCC online safety team is offering a question and answer session for parents and carers to ask any questions they have about online safety. The session is on the 25th of November. It is a free session and a place can be booked by clicking here.
Making your home E-safer
By taking some small steps to make your house an ‘e-safe’ place can help keep your children safe online.
Parental controls: These can be activated on electronic device. Internet Matters provides advice and guidance on how to set up parental controls. Please click here to view this information.
Search engines can be used by children to search the internet safely. Please click the images below to direct you to these child friendly search engines.
Common sense media: This provides up to date and useful reviews on the latest games, films, television shows and books. Please click the image below for a link to this website.
YouTube kids account: You can see what your children have been watching and control what they have access to. Please click the image below to link you to this website.
At Little Leaps we have our own ICT and Social Media policy that we will we happy to discuss if you have any further questions or further advice.