Safe Online Learning Top Tips…


In the fast-paced world of education, we want to help parents make sure their children have a good and safe time learning online. As we celebrate Safer Internet Day on February 6th, we want share with parents some practical tips for a secure online learning experience. These top tips, created by teachers dedicated to shaping the future, aims to help parents make online learning both fun and safe for their children. 

  • Set Up a Learning Space: Create a cosy study area with a desk for your child to learn. Make sure it’s quiet and free from distractions, equipped with the tools they need. 


  • Establish Boundaries: Make a routine that’s has set times allocated for learning online and using the internet for social purposes. This gives your child a schedule for studying and relaxing, creating a healthy balance.  


  • Use Parental Controls: Use the settings on devices and browsers to control what your child can access online. This way, you can make sure they only see things that are safe and suitable for their age. 
  • Teach Online Etiquette: Help your child understand how to behave online. Stress the importance of being respectful in virtual classrooms and using online resources responsibly. 


  • Stay Connected: Keep in touch with your child’s teachers to know what they’re learning and if there are any concerns. This helps you stay involved in their education.  


  • Encourage Responsibility: Help your child become responsible by managing their time well during online classes. This teaches them to stay focused and avoid distractions.  

As advocates for quality education, we believe integrating these tips will not only enhance your child’s learning but also contribute to a safer online environment.  

Let’s celebrate Safer Internet Day by ensuring every child enjoys a secure and rewarding online education. Together, we shape a brighter future for the next generation. 

There are lots more resources available to you here on the Safer Internet Day website. 



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