CEOP Alert - Little Gossip Website Warning Information regarding 'Little Gossip' website
CEOP Partnership with Beatbullying Read about a new partnership which will offer further protection to children at risk of abuse
CEOP Thinkuknow Resources
New resources available for young people with additional needs and disabilities
Trends in Technology
Find out about the latest
technological trends that CEOP are witnessing
CEOP - Update & Facebook Warning Feb 2011
Update on the 'ClickCEOP' application and a warning for users of social networking sites
SLA 3 E-Safety Archive 2013
Recent updates on the main County NGFL website
Mobile Devices Update 25-11-13
Subject: Mobile Devices update letter
E-Safety Audit Form 22-11-13
Subject: E-Safety Audit Form
E-Safety Audit Schedule 21-11-13
Subject: E-Safety Audit Schedule
CEOP Advice 15 Nov 2012
Subject: Schedule Form
High School Filtering Updates
Subject: Zip Archive of relevant updates
5 Ways to Stay Safe Online ....
It is important that those working with children know the risks and use technology safely, understand the issues surrounding the use of Social Networking Sites like Facebook, avoid being cyberbullied and also know what to do if things go wrong.
We would welcome your feedback on the guidance, please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, school and comments.
To assist staff and parents in understanding the issues regarding young people's use of
Social Networking Sites, Lesley Jane has produced a booklet in conjunction with Ashington High School, to view a copy please click on this link.
For more specific practical advice on the use of Facebook, ConnectSafely.org and the
iKeepSafe Coalition have announced the publication of A Parents' Guide to Facebook.
The 35-page booklet and online resource – available for reading and printing at www.connectsafely.org/pdfs/fbparents.pdf – provides parents with the perspective and 'how-to' information they need to help their teens optimise their privacy and safety on Facebook.
It’s designed to help parents understand what Facebook is and how to use it safely. With it, they
will be better informed and able to communicate with young Facebook users in their lives more effectively. That's important because 1) if something goes wrong, we want children to turn to parents and 2) as the Internet becomes increasingly social and mobile, a parent’s guidance and support are ever more key to young people’s well-being in social media and technology.