Moreton School’s #WakeUpWednesday: Guide to Home Internet Controls

by | Apr 26, 2023 | esafety | 0 comments

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We hope this message finds you well. As part of Moreton School’s commitment to promoting online safety for our students, we are excited to take part in the #WakeUpWednesday movement.

In today’s digital world, it’s essential to ensure that our children have a safe and positive experience while using the internet. With this in mind, we will be sharing weekly guides as part of our #WakeUpWednesday initiative to help parents/guardians understand how to protect their children online.

To kick off our #WakeUpWednesday campaign, we would like to share a guide on home internet controls. Home internet controls are an effective way to manage and monitor your child’s online activities and ensure they have a safe and age-appropriate online experience.


Here are some key tips and recommendations:

  1. Set up Parental Controls: Most internet service providers offer parental control features that allow you to restrict access to certain websites, set time limits, and block inappropriate content. Take advantage of these features and set up parental controls on your home internet.
  2. Educate Your Child: It’s important to have open and honest conversations with your child about online safety. Educate them about the potential risks of the internet and teach them how to make responsible choices while using it.
  3. Monitor Your Child’s Online Activities: Regularly review your child’s online activities and discuss any concerns or issues that arise. Keep communication lines open and encourage your child to approach you if they come across anything that makes them uncomfortable or worried.


We encourage you to take the time to review and implement these home internet controls to help protect your child’s online well-being. We will continue to share more guides as part of our #WakeUpWednesday movement to support you in promoting online safety for your child.


Thank you for your partnership in keeping our students safe online.

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