UNCRC Article 17. Governments must protect children from materials which could harm them.

The E-Safety Zone at Minworth

We have found many useful tools for keeping safe when online.  We actively encourage all the children at Minworth to be e-safe and take responsibility for their actions.  We always ask children to report inappropriate activity to an adult.  In this section, we have listed some websites and tools that you may find useful as parents to enforce what we do in school.
  
If you are aware of any alternative resources that may encourage other children to remain safe when using technology, then please get in touch and we would be delighted to share your findings on these pages.
UNICEF and BT Right Click Family Learning

 

On 10th November 2016, we welcomed volunteers from UNICEF and BT into school to work with our parents and children together in a family learning workshop. It was a fun session, with all who took part feeding back that they had learnt a great deal. 

For those of you who were unable to make it, the resources are available to download by clicking this link: 

Unicef Rightclick family e-safety learning workshop.pptx

There are some useful tips on this parent help sheet:

Unicef e-safety workshop handout.pdf