Online Safety Parental Survey
We would be really grateful if you could complete our e-safety survey.

e-Safety is about the protection of children whilst they are using the internet and digital technologies. This includes: risk-taking and inappropriate behaviour by children and young people; risks and inappropriate behaviour by others to children and young people; illegal activity.

Whilst our school strives to empower your children with the knowledge to stay safe, it is important that you have a good awareness of the risks and dangers yourself.

Thank you so much for your continued commitment to keeping our pupils safe.

What year will you son/daughter be in next year? *
Does your son/daughter have access to the internet at home?
If yes. what devices do they use? (Tick all that apply)
Does your son/daughter know how to set the privacy and security settings on these devices?
Do you know how to use the privacy and security settings on these devices?
Does you son/daughter have their own mobile phone with internet access?
During the week how many hours does your son/daughter spend on the internet each day?
During the weekend hour many hours does your son/daughter spend on the internet each day?
Do you discuss the safe use of the internet with your son/daughter?
Do you discuss and set online safety rules?
Does your son/daughter use any of the following social networks? (tick all that apply)
Do you know and could you teach your child how to use the privacy and security settings on these social networks?
Do you use any filtering or monitoring of your child's internet enabled devices?
Have you set the safety filters provided by your broadband provider?
Does your child play computer games?
Are you aware of the PEGI rating system and what they mean?
The following is a small list of online safety risks. If asked by your son/daughter, would you be able to explain clearly what they are? (tick all that apply)
Yes
No
A Little
Grooming
Online Bullying
Sexting
Trolling
Pro Life
Digital Footprint
Identity Theft
If your son/daughter had a concern would they know how to report it?
If you had a concern would you know how to report it?
Is there any other aspect of online safety you would like advice on?
Your answer
If we offered online safety workshops for parents what time would suit you best?
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