E-Safety


For the children of Holy Trinity, we have an e-safety mascot called Tabecat. Tabecat looks over all the children’s Computing work, providing opportunities to extend their subject knowledge safely. You can see Tabecat’s pages by clicking on the Tabecat button to the right.

Tabecat’s design & name was inspired by the children themselves.

What is e-Safeguarding?

e-Safeguarding has two areas:

e-Safety: making sure that we stay safe on the internet.

e-Security: making sure that our electronic data stays safe.


E-Safety

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wwwNetAware (NSPCC)

wwwShareAware (NSPCC)

wwwO2 & NSPCC 0808 800 5002


Keep Smart!

S. Keep Safe

Don’t give out personal information.

M. Don’t Meet Up

Never meet up with an online friend.

A. Accepting E-Mails Can Be Dangerous

Don’t open junk mail, or mail from people you don’t know.

R. Reliable?

Beware: people might not be who they say they are.

T. Tell Someone

Always tell an adult if you feel uncomfortable or worried.

Below are a series of links to online resources you may find useful as parents:

www.holytrinityhalstead.com/tabecat-says/

www.holytrinityhalstead.com/e-safety/

www.google.co.uk/safetycenter/

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)

Thinkuknow.co.uk

CyberMentors.org.uk

Internet Watch Foundation

GetSafeOnline.org

www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-and-resources/parents-and-
carers/parental-controls

www.internetmatters.org

You can also look out for posters in the ICT suite and around school, and ask Tabecat for help!


Below are links to a series of e-safety articles from CEOP and The Parent Zone. Content updates regularly.

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