Online Safety

Online safety in today’s rapidly changing world is becoming ever more important. Staff, pupils and families are faced with a growth in the number of Internet-ready devices and the development of websites, games and social media sites to utilise them. This page is designed to give as much information about staying safe online… for parents and pupils alike. 

Helpful websites are listed and linked, offering an enormous amount of excellent information for adults and children. Additionally, there are a large number of downloads at the bottom of the page in relation to specific games, websites and online platforms. These are geared towards parents, written by national experts, giving a quick guide as to what you need to know to keep your child safe. 

If you would like to see any extra guides listed at the bottom of this page, please contact the school’s Online Safety team through our normal communication channels.

Helpful websites

Parent Info – an excellent website full of help for parents. Put together by CEOP – a branch of the UK’s National Crime Agency.

National Online Safety – an amazing website with practical guides (see downloads below), videos and forums to help.

CEOP – Child Exploitation and Online Protection

Internet Matters – Wonderfully helpful site – provided by BT – giving helpful videos and guidance.

Think U Know – a website aimed at pupils, teaching you how to stay safe

NSPCC Stay Safe Online – a very clear website from one of the UK’s leading charities

Childline – a free, private and confidential service where you can talk about anything