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E-safety

10 apps teens are currently using that parents need to know

How can you safeguard children from sexting guide

Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) and the Safeguarding Children e-Academy – Free course for parents

Staying Safe Online – An introductory guide for parents

UK Council advice on internet safety

Internet safety plan for your family

A parent’s guide to social networking sites

Managing your children’s internet access

Sexting and sextortion advice sheet

ThinkUKnow Website

Parent Info

Advice and guidance to keep children safe online

Cleveland Police – Stay Safe Online leaflet

MyLOL App

We strongly advise that you talk to your child about this and our advice would be to delete the app and block the website.

On its website, MyLOL bills itself as the ‘#1 teen dating site in the US, Australia, UK and Canada’ and claims to have more than 300,000 members around the world.
It invites users to meet ‘thousands of teenagers like you’ and then goes on to describe how users can ‘chat with members or privately with someone.’
Teenagers are encouraged to update a profile and share pictures.

Reporting an Issue

Issues can be reported electronically in two ways.

Reporting A Major Issue

A School Related Issue

Report to CEOP. The above button is on the front page of the school’s learning environment (ConyersNet) and also on ceop.police.uk. Issues reported here will go straight to the Police to be dealt with.

If there are any issues using school ICT systems, students can press the above button on the school’s learning environment (ConyersNet). The issues will be reported to the school e-safety representatives to be dealt with.