Young people are increasingly accessing the internet whenever they can and wherever they are. It offers many educational and social experiences for young people and gives them access to a world of information and opportunities.
Just as you would protect your child in the real world, it is important to equip them with the skills and knowledge to stay safe online, making sure they understand the risks and can make sensible and informed choices. This will allow them to make the most of the internet, while staying safe, particularly from people who may try to exploit them. At Devonport High School for Boys we have an online safety activity every Wednesday morning and are members of the National Online Safety Centre, which is also accessible for parents, please see links below.
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Devonport High School for Boys is excited to announce its partnership with Securly in safeguarding our students, your children.
Securly was chosen because we shared a vision of a safer, more productive digital world for our students. From web filtering to device management to self-harm detection, Securly is dedicated to keeping young minds healthy, engaged, and inspired. Additionally, we chose Securly for its strong adherence to data privacy and management laws.
Access a range of one page guides to online safety, including support for gaming, gambling, social media and mental health.
Find out how to set up access to the National Online Safety portal.
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