Below are a list of useful web links, which will allow you to support your child’s education:

BBC Learning
Learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers: find online courses , video clips, educational games and revision activities.

GOV.UK
The place to find government services and information – Simpler, clearer, faster.

Twitter
Connect with your friends — and other fascinating people. Get in-the-moment updates on the things that interest you. And watch events unfold, in real time.

Oxford Owl
This website is packed with expert advice, top tips, eBooks and activities to help  you support your child’s reading and maths at home.

Phonics Play

An excellent website to support reading with the use of phonic skills.

Liverpool Archdiocese

Please use the above link to find out about the infant schools that serve your parish.

E-Safety

There is a wealth of information and advice available online to help you and your family stay safe. Here are some starting points.

 

 

Child Exploitation and Online Protection

A website advising and enabling those who wish to report possible online exploitation.

Childnet International – Supporting Young People Online
A great leaflet giving conversation starters for discussion at home with your child/children, general internet advice and gaming. Also available in languages other than English.

Childnet – Keeping Your Children Safe Online
Top tips for parents to help younger children stay safe online.

Childnet – International Family Agreement
A good place to start a conversation with your whole family about how you all use the internet and discuss how to behave in a positive way when online. Also includes template to make your own family agreement.

Connect Safely

A collection of guidebooks about apps, cyber-bullying and cyber-security.

Digital Parenting – Vodaphone

Advice for parents in a digital age. Information on tablets, smartphones and the internet.

NSPCC – Share Aware

A guide to keeping your children safe online by being net aware.

UK Safer Internet Centre – Parental Controls
You can set up parental controls on all your devices using the above web page.

UK Safer Internet Centre – Parents’ Guide to Technology
A guide to help parents understand technology eg smartphones, tablets and gaming devices

Think U Know
A site to find the latest information on websites that children like to visit, mobiles and new technology.

PEGI
If you are thinking of purchasing a game for a console or your child is playing a game online. You can check the content and suitability here.