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Online Safety

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Click on the logo above for help and advice with social media.

Overview

Being internet safe outside school

At school the children’s use of the Internet is controlled, filtered and closely monitored. The information and web sites below can help you as parents understand e-safety and, if necessary, use tools to keep your child(ren) safe online.

Information and advice for supporting young people online can be found by clicking the link below.

Useful links

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Safeguarding Resource Hub - A free hub of national safeguarding resources

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CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

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Parent guides from Connect Safely

Childnet International

Online resources providing guidance for children, parents and teachers.

Childline

Support for young people up to the age of 18.

Thinkuknow

Resources to help children stay safe online.

UKsaferinternetcentre

Guidance and resources about online safety for children, families and professionals.

Playlikeshare

Animation for 8-10 year olds helping them learn how to spot pressuring and manipulative behaviour online.

Ownit

CBBC stay safe website for children aged 9-12.

Cybersense

Activities around cyber-bullying, its causes and consequences.

Outofyourhands

Advice for young people aged 7-16 to protect them becoming victims of phone crime and fraud.

Nationalbullyinghelpline

Advice centre offering support for those suffering bullying and harassment.

 

Bullybusters

Offering support and advice for victims of bullying.

Thehideout

Helping children and young people understand domestic abuse. 

Theblast

Resource for children aged 9-11 to highlight the warning signs of online grooming. 

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Vodafone Digital Parenting

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NSPCC Share Aware

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NSPCC Net Aware

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