Robert Miles Juniors recognises the importance of an ever changing digital environment and as such we promote a culture of digital safety and responsibility to all our pupils. On this page you will find links and resources to help your children stay safe on line.
Digital Leaders – Each school in Equals Trust has two nominated children from year 6 who are our Digital Leaders. As well as being our E-Safety pupil leaders in school, they meet up with all the other Digital Leaders in our Trust to produce a regular magazine promoting E-Safety and responsibility. These go home to all pupils in our schools. They collect ideas for articles from pupils across the school and try to address any worries or issues children have about staying safe on line. You can download their magazines to see what they have been discussing here:
EQT DL Magazine Year 3/4 Issue 1
EQT DL Magazine Year 5/6 Issue 1
EQT DL Magazine Year 3/4 Issue 2
EQT DL Magazine Year 5/6 Issue 2
EQT DL Magazine Issue 3
EQT DL Magazine Issue 4
EQT DL magazine Year 5/6 Issue 5
Parent Info – Here you will fine a collection of articles, tips, expert advice and resources designed to help parents keep up to date with their children and doing on-line.
E-Safety Checklist for Parents – This is a useful starting point for chekcing all the areas where you can help keep your child safe online.
E-Safety Special Newsletter – Our February 2019 Newsletter is a special edition looking at may different aspects of E-Safety.
Screen time is in the news again, but parents are still getting mixed messages about how much is ‘too much’. Here’s how to take a reasonable, flexible approach – and get your kids on board too: click here.
Be Internet Legends – We had a visit from the Google’s E-Safety team, click the link to find out the children learnt and follow up resources.
Childnet International – Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Digizen – The Digizen website provides information for educators, parents, carers, and young people. It is used to strengthen their awareness and understanding of what digital citizenship is and encourages users of technology to be and become responsible DIGItal citiZENS. It shares specific advice and resources on issues such as social networking and cyberbullying and how these relate to and affect their own and other people’s online experiences and behaviours.
Share Aware – Share Aware gives parents all the tools they need to have regular and informed conversations with their child about staying safe online. Under 20% of parents discuss online safety regularly with their children but we want to get every family talking about their child’s life online, just as they would their day at school.
Parents can sign up to the Icebreaker email series and become an expert in their child’s online world in 6 weeks, follow the NSPCC’s four simple steps to keeping kids safe online, watch their film ‘ Safety advice from a 10 year old’ or visit Net Aware – their guide to your child’s social networks apps and games.
The internet is a great place for kids to be, let’s all work together to make it safer.