We want everyone to be safe online and that is why we have compiled some great resources to start your journey to becoming a confident and safe user of the Internet.
Here are a few things to remember:
If you have a serious concern about someone’s behaviour on the Internet, contact CEOP.
If you believe someone is at risk of imminent serious harm, contact the police.
Remember, if you have an e-Safety concern, you don’t have to find a special member of staff – all staff in school can help.
Resources for pupils
- Get Safe Online
- ChildNET International
- Cyber Street
- CEOP Safety Centre
- CBBC Stay Safe
- NSPCC – Be share aware!
- Safety Net Kids
Resources for parents
- Anti-Bullying Ambassadors
- Action Fraud
- Is someone impersonating you or a child on social media?
- Parent Zone – Digital Parenting Magazine
Our staff have all been trained to help ensure your child stays safe online. If you have any queries, please do feel free to talk to us.
Here are a few guides to your children’s favourite social media, courtesy of the BBC: