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@StanwellSchool - 20:20 PM - 19 Jun 2024

We have come across two photographs in our archives that we would like to share with youOne image is from 1947 and the other is from 1921 of form class 2a from 1921 (Year 8). More information at https://t.co/PDtK10XMVf pic.twitter.com/kCLjocO3R0— Stanwell_School () June 19, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 20:17 PM - 19 Jun 2024

Results days 2024 - information https://t.co/CIjo3XrcGl pic.twitter.com/dyn3xTb836— Stanwell_School () June 19, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 20:15 PM - 19 Jun 2024

Creative art exhibition 🎨🖌️🖼️https://t.co/ipcT6plYHK pic.twitter.com/qMVvXqczLC— Stanwell_School () June 19, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 11:15 AM - 19 Jun 2024

The two petanque/boules courts are now finished and ready for matches..jouons! pic.twitter.com/O7iLiUWJBk— Stanwell_School () June 19, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 16:33 PM - 18 Jun 2024

Year 10 Geographers studying change overtime on Penarth Beach . Well done all, day 1 completed pic.twitter.com/YlIilEs4YQ— Stanwell Geography () June 18, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 21:13 PM - 17 Jun 2024

pic.twitter.com/EKroVsnKad— Stanwell_School () June 17, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 19:35 PM - 17 Jun 2024

The Dance World Cup is taking place in Prague. From the 27th June to 6th July, representatives from 66 countries will battle it out at the World Finals in the greatest all-genre dance competition in the world for young adults. Congratulations to these competitors from Stanwell pic.twitter.com/IJsAGsjzcV— Stanwell_School () June 17, 2024
Unfortunately, due to the prevailing weather forecast it has been decided to postpone tomorrow’s sports day for Yr 7 until the weather decides to brighten up! Pupils are to wear school uniform and bring all books for lessons. Many apologies for any inconvenience caused. pic.twitter.com/bq4Se563xC— Stanwell School PE () June 13, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 15:50 PM - 13 Jun 2024

@StanwellSchool - 08:49 AM - 12 Jun 2024

⁩ pic.twitter.com/ybgRMXgB4v— Stanwell_School () June 12, 2024
Uniform swap shop open this afternoon from 3-4.30pm holding uniform, PE kit, water bottles and much more.Pupils/parents/carers welcome. All uniform is free of charge as it has been donated by generous members of the Stanwell community. You do not need to donate to attend.— Stanwell_School () June 12, 2024

@StanwellSchool - 06:32 AM - 12 Jun 2024

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E-Safety

E-Safety At Stanwell

Here you will find advice on current online trends, gaming, social media and how to report online behaviour and seek help.

  • E-Safety Advice & Support
  • Learn more about what children use
  • Social Media & Messaging App Advice
  • Gaming

E-Safety Advice & Support

Today, we live in a society where it is very difficult to avoid going online. Being a conscientious digital citizen who contributes positively to the digital world around them and who critically evaluates their place within this digital world, is all part of the new Curriculum for Wales. As part of the Digital Competence Framework pupils will be taught to be prepared for and ready to encounter the positive and negative aspects of being a digital citizen and will develop strategies and tools to aid them as they become independent consumers and producers.

Parents/carers please report any concerns you may have linked to online safety to the school, via school@stanwell.org

What to do if a child has come to you and needs help, follow the advice here on Childnet’s Get Help page.

The Report Harmful Content website can help you with issues such as cyberbullying, impersonation and threats.

Report worrying behaviour towards children such as online grooming or sexual abuse from CEOP (ceop.police.uk)

You can discuss online gaming and other important e-safety topics with your children by using one of the following links:

Not sure how to get started, these links have some excellent helpful advice, downloadable packs and a film to help start making conversations with your children about e-safety

Advice for parents and carers - UK Safer Internet Centre or watch this video

Advice for parents and carers from Childnet (childnet.com/parents-and-carers) with toolkits and downloadable resources.

Don’t forget Safer Internet Day at the start of February each year. Follow the trends by hashtags #playyourpart and #SaferInternetDay, as well as the tag @UK_SIC.

Learn more about what children use

OFCOM children and parent’s media use report 2022 This report looks at media use, attitudes and understanding among children and young people aged 3-17. The report is intended to provide a comprehensive picture of children’s media experiences in 2021 as a reference for industry, policymakers, academics and the general public.

The World Wide Web and the technologies used by your children can sometimes feel intimidating, especially if you are not internet savvy, use the technologies regularly yourself or don’t know anything about a particular site or app.

Tips, advice and guides on how to support your child using a variety of different devices from mobiles to smart speakers from the UK Safer Internet Centre (saferinternet.org.uk/parents)

  Reviews and information on the suitability of games, apps, TV shows and websites from Common Sense Media (commonsense.org)

Help on using parental controls and privacy settings from Internet Matters (internetmatters.org./controls)

Learn about cutting edge AI technology which is being developed to keep our children safe online. Project DRAGON-S is working to keep children safe from this form of technology-assisted child abuse (DRAGON-S stands for Developing Resistance Against Grooming Online – Spot and Shield)

Providing practical advice on how to protect yourself, your computers and mobiles device and your business against fraud, identity theft, viruses and many other problems encountered online visit getsafeonline.org

Further advice on keeping safe online can be found on Hwb hwb.gov.wales/zones/keeping-safe-online/ and read more articles from experts at hwb.gov.wales/zones/keeping-safe-online/views-from-the-experts/

Social Media & Messaging App Advice

The world of social media and the various apps which both children and adults use to communicate are constantly changing. To help you find out more about these apps and sites, and to set privacy settings,  follow the links below:

Discord

https://support.discord.com/hc/en-us

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/esafety-news/parents-guide-to-discord-on-how-your-kids-can-use-it-safely/

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/safety

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/tags/facebook-safety/

Instagram

https://help.instagram.com/

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/tags/instagram-safety/

Reddit

https://www.tomsguide.com/uk/reference/what-is-reddit

SnapChat

https://www.snap.com/en-GB/safety/safety-center

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/tags/snapchat-safety/

Telegram Messenger

https://telegram.org/faq

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/esafety-news/is-the-telegram-messenger-app-safe-what-parents-need-to-know/ 

TikTok

https://support.tiktok.com/en/

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/esafety-news/tik-tok-app-safety-what-parents-need-to-know/

Twitch

https://www.twitch.tv/creatorcamp/en/setting-up-your-stream/moderation-and-safety/

https://www.internetmatters.org/hub/esafety-news/twitch-a-parents-guide-to-help-children-use-it-safely/

Twitter

https://help.twitter.com/en

https://www.internetmatters.org/parental-controls/social-media/twitter/

Everything else

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/parents-ultimate-guides

Gaming

Whether we like it or not, online gaming is an established part of many of our children’s lives. Why not read these interesting articles to broaden your knowledge.

OFCOM children and parent’s media use report 2020/2021

OFCOM children and parent’s media use report 2022

Gaming disorder: Inside the clinic helping addicted teens

Setting up consoles and learning about popular online games

Online gaming advice hub

How do visually impared people play video games