Online Safety Parent Information

It is so important to keep your child safe when they are accessing the internet. We know that our children are actvie users and there are real benefits to that, but they also need to know how to use it effectively. As a school we take online safety very seriously and incorporate it into our learning .

If you need further support remember that you can contact us at school and we will support you in any way we can.   This page has links to websites and control guides which give you useful information on how to support your child's use of the internet and apps in a safe way. 

Useful Websites 

Think you know!

A website which will help you to support your child when using the internet.

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Cyber Bullying

Advice to help keep children safe from bullying, wherever it happens.

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Common Sense Media reviews what your child is into.

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Guides for Carers and Parents

We all know that our children love to play games online, these guides are to support you in keeping them safe and getting to know a little more about them.  These are just a few you may recognise you can also find more information and guides about games at Internet Matters.  They have guides for games like Minecraft, Roblox and even information for devices such as phones, tablets or computers.  CLICK HERE to find out more. The guides for Minecraft and Roblox are below - just press on the headings to get up close to the information. 

You can download an app to support you with Online Safety at home.  It is free and available on your app stores. Find out about it by clicking the link to the left.  

If you're worried about online abuse you can report it to CEOP by using the link below. 

Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? Have you or someone you know been asked to do something that makes you feel uncomfortable or is someone being insistent on meeting up? You can report it to The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP).
Use this link to report digital crime: