Technology and the Internet provide amazing opportunities for our pupils, online safety is an important part of keeping children safe at Y Bont Faen Primary.  

Online safety is taught to all pupils throughout the year, explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online. We also have specific pupil digital leaders for online safety. Have a look at the presentation they created for an assembly on Safer Internet Day on the 11th February.

To support you as parents the school has annual Internet Safety training for families and Mr Jones is always available to help you with online safety, you may also find these two guides below on how to set up parental controls and the information posters useful:

Uk Safer Internet Centre

Webwise

Roblox

Twitter

Instagram

Facebook

Snapchat

Talking to your child about staying safe online

Is your child being SMART online? Talk to them about the simple advice on this poster and explore the Thinkuknow website together.

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Safer internet Day

Although we practise staying safe online everyday, once a year in February, we come together as a school for Safer Internet Day.

Useful websites

The Thinkuknow website has amazing resources all about how to stay safe online. Click on the following links to find out more.

Thinkuknow for Foundation Phase

Thinkuknow for the Juniors

Thinkuknow for Parents and Carers

The following websites also have excellent information and advice:

Uk Safer Internet Centre has resources for parents and carers

Childnet has lots of excellent advice and resources

Childline has excellent advice for parents and carers

If you have any questions about online safety, please contact the school.

Wellbeing

Everyone Worries is a bright and friendly picture book, children learn that it’s okay to worry about coronavirus

If you children are feeling anxious, these techniques might help.

Click on this link for tips for parents and cares about how to help children cope with changes resulting from Coronavirus.

Families Cardiff and Vale is a magazine that is available free to families and carers throughout Cardiff and Vale. Check out the online Lockdown edition.