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Free Internet safety filter for parents

Free internet safety filter for parents

While children are learning from home, they are away from the online safety and security services provided by Network for Learning (N4L) at school. So together with N4L and Netsafe, we have launched www.switchonsafety.co.nz – a free way to block the worst of the web for students and teachers.

Visit this website and follow the follow the instructions to set up your child’s device for safer connectivity while they learn from home.

Remember, no technical solution is ever perfect.  Complement your filter with the awesome digital citizenship toolkits provided by Netsafe.

Netsafe

Netsafe provides comprehensive support and information to support everyone to stay safe as they work, learn and play online. Netsafe has new and updated resources for parents, whānau and students at https://www.netsafe.org.nz/advice/staying-safe/

Learning at Home

Dear Parents and Caregivers,
Over the term break we have been working on adapting our classroom programmes to provide
learning for our students at home.
Our students all have Office 365 accounts and we use these at school to support teaching and
learning. With our Year 3 – 8 students we use a mix of OneNote class notebooks and
SharePoint sites to facilitate resource sharing and discussions.
Our NE– Year 2 junior students also have access to class SharePoint sites, where they can
receive and share resources, ask questions and share with their teacher.
You can access these sites via our Home Learning page. Please note you will need to login