Category Archives: Anti Bullying & E-Safety


Snap Chat update


30th June 2017 Dear Parents and Carers, We have recently be made aware of an update to the Snapchat app that shows publicly posted images on a searchable map. Snap Map lets people search for places such as schools and see videos and pictures posted by children inside. It also lets people locate their “friends” on […]

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E-Safety News Update April 2017


Social Media and keeping your child safe: E-safety – Key information for parents/carers Dear Parent/Carer, Surrey Police have shared concerns about a new App, MyLOL, following an incident at a Surrey school where it was used by an adult for ‘inappropriate activities’ against young people. MyLOL claims to be the top teen dating site in […]

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Advice for Parents whose child is Cyberbullying


The BBC have published advice for parents if their child is bullying others online. The article offers suggestions such as establishing the facts around the incident with an open mind, showing your child that taking responsibility for your own actions is the right thing to do and helping them learn from what has happened. Please […]

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NSPCC Online Safety Campaign


The NSPCC have launched a campaign for parents to illustrate how innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. The website contains information on how to use parental controls to block or filter content and how to set up parental controls on phones, tablets, search engines, home computers and games consoles. Please click […]

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E-safety News update


15th March 2017 Dear Parents and Carers, As a school we have been made aware of a new app that is gaining popularity which could put your children at risk. It is called “Yellow.” It’s marketed as a way for teenagers to make friends. It looks similar to the dating app Tinder. Described as ‘Tinder […]

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Social Media and keeping your child safe: E-safety – Key information for parents/carers


  Dear Parent/Carer, It has been brought to our attention that some of our children have Facebook, Instagram, and other social media profiles even though the permitted minimum age to use these sites is 13 years old, according to their terms and conditions. Buckland Primary School is committed to keeping our children safe and to […]

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Keeping Safe in Cyberspace


Mrs Hutton took an assembly this week where she talked to the children about Keeping Safe in Cyberspace, click on the link below to see the presentation. Keeping_Safe_in_Cyberspace Jan 2017

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