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  e-Safety Information - 2013    
e-Safety - Usage
Ofsted Report 2013
e-Safety Policy
  e-Safety - 2013      
  Consequences: Assembly for 11 to 16 year olds      
This is an assembly from the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) Thinkuknow education programme that enables young people to recognise what constitutes personal information. The assembly facilitates young peoples understanding that they need to be just as protective of their personal information online, as they are in the real world. It also directs where to go and what to do if young people are worried about any of the issues covered.
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  You must be 13 years old to have a Facebook account?      
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  Although they do screen a users age so as to control certain content, there is no specific age restriction on joining Twitter.      
  Ask Yourself?      
  1. Of all the registered 'friends' they have on any of their 'social media' accounts, do they actually KNOW the people, are they friends of friends and/or someone they've never met?

  2. How sure are they that the image used to identify a 'friend' is actually them?

  3. For some people, collecting friends on 'social media' sites is all part of the fun. Could your child name all of their 'social media' friends?
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  Useful Websites      
  Facebook - Tools for Parents & Educators      
  Twitter - Safety Tips for Parents      
  Facebook: Parents 'help children break age limits'      
  BBC - Stay Safe