Welcome to our online safety page. We aim to provide children, parents and staff with links to the very latest online safety news and information.
Online Safety Guide
Your guide to the social networks your kids use – Stay up to date and keep your child safe in today’s digital world. A useful resource from Net Aware.
Online Gaming an Introduction to Parents
A Parents Guide to Instagram
A Parents Guide to Snapchat
-Everything you need to know about social networks your kids use.
You can easily find age ratings, parent and child reviews and how likely it is that a child could find inappropriate content. Download the app today for mobile devices, so you’ll always have help keeping children safe online wherever you go.
UK Safer Internet Center have published this useful article on the security and safety settings on Instagram. Read more here
This is a great parody video of the One Direction song to share with kids about how to keep your details safe online and who do you share your personal information with.
Child Safety Online- A practical guide for parents and carers whose children are using social media
Link through to the guide here
Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine issue 4
Helping young people and families get the most out of their digital technologies and dealing with the challenges that these bring, from cyberbullying, sexting and online abuse, to digital etiquette, extremism and online identity.
Report Online Safety Concerns
If you have an online safety concern, or someone has acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know, report it.
Our pupils should in the first instance talk to a responsible adult. This may be your teacher, a member of staff or your parent or carer. Parents are encouraged to come into school to speak to one of our designated leaders for Online Safety (named below) with any concerns you may have or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Amanda Richardson – Deputy Head Teacher
Mr Gary Evans – Assistant Head Teacher
Mrs Sue Webb – Learning Mentor
Key Links for Parents
Safer Internet Centre
Common Sense Media
NSPCC Online Safety
CEOP Safety Centre