Children are taught how to keep themselves safe online through a combination of assemblies and lessons from their class teacher.

In particular, children are shown how to:

  • use technology safely, respectfully and responsibility
  • recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour online, such as cyberbullying
  • keep passwords and personal information safe
  • report when they feel unsafe
  • understand their online presence and how to be in control of their own privacy

We understand that it can be overwhelming to keep up-to-date with new technologies so we highly recommend using the resources below to keep your children safe online.


Get involved in Safer Internet Day

Please see the Safer Internet Day Videos Below:

This year we are focusing on ‘What information you can trust online’.

For Parents & Carers:

For Students:

Students and Parents should ask themselves the following questions about ‘what should be trusted on the internet‘?:

  • What impact does inaccurate content we see online have on us?
  • Why does inaccurate content exist, where does it come from, what’s the solution?

Watch the following video to find out more about what you can trust online:



FREE-Online E-Safety Training for Parents

Apply Parental Restrictions at Home

Apply Parental Restrictions for YouTube

E-Safety Information Sheet: Sexting

E-Safety Issues and Online Safety

Child sexual exploitation – checklist for parents

Factsheet for parents

Sexting parent guide

What every parent needs to know about radicalisation

Factsheet for Parents – Grooming

Factsheet for Parents – Reporting to CEOP

Factsheet for Parents – Using Parental Controls

Factsheet for Parents – Worried your child has shared too much online

Factsheet for Parents – Worried your child will see something inappropriate online

Take a look at the video, ‘The World Change.  Children don’t’.

With the threat of offenders using online live streaming platforms increasing there is a need to educate children about the associated risks.  Check out this animated video to learn more about the risks:


Report to CEOP

Contact CEOP to report an incident.




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