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What can I do at home?

A common worry among parents is keeping their children safe when using the internet at home. We have therefore set this page up with resources that we think might be useful for parents (or anybody!) to use at home.

 

The Childnet website has lots of really useful information for staying safe online. One very useful page on their website is all about setting up parental controls across a range of internet service providers (BT, Sky, Virgin Media and Talk Talk). Click here to access their instructions and find out how to ensure your home set-up is as safe as possible.

How to Set Parental Control to YouTube Videos

Another worry is the material that can be accessed through YouTube (video content, comments etc). YouTube itself has parental controls - this video explains how to set them up.

Please note that there are lots of websites and further information that can be found online. A selection of these can be found on our school's e-safety resources page by clicking below.
Horncastle Community Primary School, Bowl Alley Lane, Horncastle, Lincolnshire LN9 5EH Tel. 01507 522662
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