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At Bristol Brunel Academy we aim to equip our students with the knowledge, understanding and skills to use information and communication technology creatively and purposefully.  A key aspect of this lies in being digitally literate.  Online technologies play a huge role and so providing a broad and balanced e-safety education is vital to ensuring that students can navigate the online world safely and positively.  Students learn about e-safety during ICT lessons and through regular assemblies. Our Key member of staff responsible for E-Safety is Chloe Drake.

As we are spending more time online it's important we remember to promote Be Kind Online.  Please click here for more information.

 

E-Safety Guidance for parents

Own It website - here to help you be the boss of your online life. Whatever you need – help and advice, skills, inspiration - they've got it covered.  Clink on the below link:

https://www.bbc.com/ownit

Please follow this link for useful information.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=f3e45b5b92-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_TUK_NOVEMBER_GLOBAL&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-f3e45b5b92-55067689


For a guide on Mobile Phone apps please click here 


For information on the Safeguarding Team please click here.


 

Bristol Brunel Academy feels that it is important that parents are aware of the potential dangers and have access to documents to help educate their children.  To this end we have several documents to help you to make sure your child makes the most of the digital age and at the same time keep them safe from potential issues.

Useful resources and information sheets

Click here to see the Avon and Somerset advice and links document


Click here to read the CEOP letter to parents


Click here to see the E-Safety fact sheet for parents


Click here for ‘keeping your child safe online – a checklist for parents and carers.


Click here for information on cyberbullying


Click here for information on ‘sexting’                     

   ‘ Sexting’ abbreviations.  


Click here for information on online grooming


Click here for information on online radicalisation 


Click here for information on inappropriate websites


Click here for PEGI advice on gaming


Click here to read the Fortnite Fact Sheet for Parents'


The NSPCC has a useful website with information on E-Safety, please click here to access the website.


Social media checklists and help:

Snapchat

Facebook

Instagram

Instagram - Report blackmail, intimate images or threats to share intimate images

Twitter

Advice and strategies to support the issues resulting from sexting incidents