Online Safety Children's Code of Conduct and Parent's Online Safety Guide
Online Safety Children's Code of Conduct: Set clear boundaries to children by asking them to sign an Online Safety Code of Conduct. Ask the children to read the code of conduct listing 10 points that they must follow when using the internet such as 'I will not click on inappropriate pop ups or ads.' Once the children have read the code of conduct there is space for children to sign their name at the bottom to say they agree. This colourful handout also makes a great poster as part of any Online Safety display.

This handout is aimed at Primary school children. Download includes three versions - PDF, Word and Pages to allow you to edit the document as required.

Parent's Online Safety Guide: Ofsted want to see schools engage and communicate with parents around Online Safety. This poster is a great guide that an be circulated to all parents. It includes a number of QR codes which parents can use a QR reader to easily access a range of publications and videos showing parents how to stay safe and where to find help. This colourful document also makes a great poster as part of any Online Safety display.

This handout is aimed at Parents. Download includes three versions - PDF, Word and Pages to allow you to edit the document as required.
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Created: Jul 28, 2017

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