Welcome to the KAS Lower School E-Safety page.
Please find below a range of resources to help keep your children safe when accessing digital information.
Parents-E-Safety Seminar Presentation
Please click on the file above to view the PowerPoint presentation that was used during the Parent Seminars on E-Safety.
Please find below, a list of related news articles to do with E-Safety:
Online Grooming of an 11 year old girl (Independent)
How can I keep my kids safe online (BBC)
Young ignore 'social media age limit' (BBC) - 9th February 2016
Internet Safety lessons urged for five-year olds (BBC) - 5th February 2013
How Sillicon Parents keep their children safe online (The Guardian) - 2nd March 2016
Internet Safety - It's time to learn what your children know (Telegraph) - 17 October 2013
The Apps below have been reccommended by the Huffington Post. Click here to view the article.
The Phone Sherriff
Top 10 Parental Control Software PCMag, click here
Best Parental Control Apps for Phones by PCMag, click here.
Top 10 iPhone Parental Monitoring Apps (Spyzie), click here
Please find below, links to the contracts that your children have signed up during the week of E-Safety Day (Tuesday 9th February 2016).
ReceptionContract.pdf - Reception
Yr1_Contract.pdf - Year 1
Yr2_Contract.pdf - Year 2
Yr3_Contract.pdf - Year 3
Yr4_Contract.pdf - Year 4
Yr5_Yr6_Contract.pdf - Year 5 and Year 6
Please find below, links for your children to explore with you, to help better understand about keeping safe online.
Think u Know (5-7 year olds)
Think u Know (8-10 year olds)
Safety Net Kids
Useful links on how to setup your computer equipment and software available for monitoring.
Common Sense Media
List of Social Networking Sites in 2018
What's the minimum age for social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and YouTube?
How to add and monitor a childs account in Windows 10 (provided by How-to-Geek)
16 Apps and Websites Kids Are Heading to After Facebook (Common Sense Media)
Parental Controls when using Chromebooks (provided by How-to-Geek)
Parental Controls in Windows 7 (provided by How-to-Geek)
Digital ParentInfo (provided by CEOP and SafeZone)
Parental Controls in Windows 8 (provided by WikiHow)
Parental Controls for Mavericks and Yosemite for Mac (provided by MacWorld)
Parental Controls for Mountain Lion for Mac (provided by Tuaw)
Top 10 Parental Monitoring Software
Safety Tools on Web Browsers (provided by UK Safer Internet Centre)
Parental Controls offered by Internet Providers (provided by UK Safer Internet Centre)
Think u Know for Parents and Carers
Child Exploitation and Online Protection
Parents Protect - Internet Safety
Top 50 Chat Acronyms that Parents Need to Know (provided by NetLingo)
Safety Features on Social Network (provided by UK Safer Internet Centre)
Safety Tools for TV on Demand (provided by UK Safer Internet Centre)
Minecraft Safety and other information about the game (provided by minemum.com)