Online Safety

Click HERE to get information around Looking After Your Well-Being Online

Click HERE to  get you up to speed on the things you should be keeping an eye out for, test yourself on the Children's Internet Safety Test

Click HERE to find some console buying and device tips November 2022

Click HERE to find out how to read guides on how to set up parental controls on devices November 2022

November 2022 - Digital Parenting guide from Vodafone click HERE

October 2022 - Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Parent/Carer Online Safety Resources click HERE

October 2022 - Early Years Parent/Carer Online Safety Resources click HERE

September 2022 - Expert tips to help parents/carers discuss cyberbullying click HERE

Click HERE for a parent and carer guide for Jessie and Friends

June 2022: A brand new website 'Jessie and Friends' is an interactive website for 4 - 7 year olds which helps pupils recognise worrying, scary or upsetting situations online to reinforce the message to 'tell a grown up' click HERE  

Internet Safety Day 8th February 2022: To watch a webinair aound how to keep your child safe whilst gaming click HERE  

Goldilocks Book: Here is a twist on the original fairy tale with a social media slant to help educate children about the potential consequences of being unkind and posting images. click HERE

Screen Savers: Looking after your eyes, body and mind when using screens click HERE

FREE online safety course for parents & carers - presented by Myleene Klass click HERE

8 Top Tips on How to Keep your Child Safe Online During Lockdown from the NSPCC click HERE

A Parent's Guide to Being Social Online in December 2020, click HERE

Join the Legends Family in this short, animated series as they go on a journey to Interland and learn some very important lessons about internet safety along the way, click HERE

TikTok has new features which are available via Family Pairing, which include the ability to prevent  children searching and preventing strangers from seeing the childs' post click HERE to find out about these features.

If you or anyone you know is worried about Child Exploitation, Online Protection or anything related to Internet safety please click the link below which will take you to the CEOP reporting website:

Click HERE to access access new home activities for the summer holidays on online safety


Have a look at lots of helpful information on the NSPCC website and the Thinkuknow website

See how you can set up parent controls on different devices on the Internetmatters website

Click HERE for some TikTok Safety Guidance

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