Keep Your Children Safe Online

6 April 2020

It is important that your children stay safe online, especially during these difficult times. Below are some excellent resources to help you to ensure your children use technology safely. There are a combination of resources including activities that you can do as a family, video, free online training course and guidance sheets. Please take time to use even a few of these resources.

Online Training Courses:

Free Online E-Safety Course for Parents and Carers

Free Online E-Safety Course for Students

E-Safety Home Activity Packs: (there is a pack for 11-13 year old students and a pack for 14 year old students.  Parents should complete these activities with their children.  All activities involve the use of the short presentation and video, ‘First to a Million’, which can be downloaded below.)

Presentation containing the ‘First to a Million’ film.

Age 11-13 Home Activity Pack 1

Age 11-13 Home Activity Pack 2

Age 14+ Home Activity Pack 1

Age 14+ Home Activity Pack 2

Parents and Carers Online Safety Presentation:

Parents and Carers Presentation (the associated links to the videos that accompany the presentation are below)

Video 1: ‘The World Changes.  Children Don’t’

Video 2: ‘Who is Sam’

Online Radicalisation Information and Support:

Online Radicalisation Information and Support Leaflet

What Every Parent Needs to Know About Radicalisation


 

 

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Covid 19

The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of a new continuous cough or a high temperature or a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia). If you develop these symptoms, however mild, or you have received a positive coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, then you should immediately self-isolate stay at home for at least 10 days from when your symptoms started. If you live with others, all other household members who remain well must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. See the stay at home guidance for further information.

 

 

Show My Homework

Important information about Show My Homework:

To log in, please go to www.showmyhomework.co.uk

All queries about logging in, including any issues with passwords, must be sent via email to remoteithelp@berwickacademy.co.uk

Student Logins:

· Students log in to Show My Homework using the ‘Sign in with Office 365’ button, which sits beneath the main set of login boxes on the login page.

· They should log in using their full school email and network password.

· If students need help to log in, or if they have any issues with their password, they should contact remoteithelp@berwickacademy.co.uk

Parent Logins:
•Log in using the email address that you wish to use as your Show My Homework contact email.
•Use the parent login code sent home by the school with your child.
•If you need further help to log in, you should contact remoteithelp@berwickacademy.co.uk

Show My Homework

Show My Homework is the online portal that we use for tracking and managing your child’s homework.

Show My Homework provides:
•The ability to view the details and deadlines of your child’s homework;
•Apps available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices;
•Automated notifications before homework is due.

Show My Homework app, which can be accessed with your login code, as an easy way to keep up-to-date with your child’s homework We hope that this will be of use to you in viewing and tracking the work set for your child.

While parents should use their login code, students should select the ‘Login with Office 365’ button to log in, which is situated directly beneath the main login boxes at the top of the web page. To log in, please visit www.showmyhomework.co.uk.

If your child is having difficulty logging in, their first action should be to contact remoteithelp@berwickacademy.co.uk. If there are further queries following this, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team at Show My Homework, who are always happy to help. Just log a query using help.showmyhomework.co.uk or call 0207 1979550.