From mobile phones, computers and laptops to netbooks, tablets and games consoles, our children have a huge amount of technology around them and we want them to know how to use it and have fun safely.
There are a number of great E-Safety resources online, click on the links below, and we encourage you to spend some time looking at them and discussing them with your child.
ThinkUknow - A website produced by CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre) gives advice for children at all Key Stages and parents.
BBC Stay Safe - BBC Stay Safe site contains a number of resources including a number of short films, games and and top safety tips. Horrible Histories have made several short films with specific eSafety messages such as this one about Internet Privacy Settings.

Test your eSafety knowledge to see if you can keep Dodge safe online!
Safer Internet - Held every year in February, Safer Internet Day is specifically aimed at keeping children safe on the internet. 
Parent Zone - The Parent Zone is a website supporting parenting in the digital age.  It’s a great website for parents, with lots of advice, information and support for when you are navigating your child’s digital world.
Common Sense Media - Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping children thrive in a world of media and technology, and to helping families make smart media choices.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) - The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) is part of the National Crime Agency and works to protect children both online and offline.