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e-Safety - Safety Guidance for Online Learning

  1. You have a right to keep information about you private. You only have to tell people what you really want them to know. Click here to read a case study
  2. You have a right to explore the internet but remember that you cannot trust everything that you see or read on the internet. Click here to read a case study
  3. Remember not everyone is who they say they are on the internet. You have a right to tell someone if you think anyone is suspicious. Click here to read a case study
  4. You have the right to not be videoed or photographed by anyone using cameras, web cams or mobile phones. Click here to read a case study
  5. You have a right not to be bullied by others on the Internet and you have the right to report this to an adult if this happens. Click here to read a case study
  6. We are all responsible for treating everyone on line with dignity and respect. You should not use behaviour or language that would be offensive or upsetting to somebody else. Click here to read a case study
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For advice and support about online safety, or to make a report to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, click on the CEOP button above