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For online safety advice or queries please see our

Online Safety lead

Mrs Anna Kerr

Stay Safe Online

Online Safety is an integral part of our safeguarding approach and children learn about this throughout their time in school.  Here are some useful activities and resources to help support you and your children in staying safe online.  More information can be found on the Online Safety Information for Parents page........

The Legends
Family Adventure

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.

Keeping engaged with children's online activities....

Here is some useful Online Safety information, provided by Think U Know:


Be Internet Legends!

'Helping children be safe and confident explorers of the online world'

Pupils in Years 3-6 are taught online safety using this new scheme.  A range of internet experts and organisations collaborated in creating this scheme, which supports schools and parents in helping to give children the information and tools they need to stay internet safe.

Ask your children about what they are learning and check out the website for more information and some fun ways to share ideas and learn more about this subject.  

Teachers also use SWGfL Project Evolve as a scheme for teaching Digital Literacy and Citizenship.


Click on the links for more information.




Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

Back copies available in school.

New copies coming soon!

Lots of tips and advice on how to survive in a digital world.


Fortnite Factsheet - Safety Advice


Social Media Guidance for Parents

There has been a lot of discussion in the news recently about young people and their use of Social Media apps and websites.  This document offers some useful tips for parents in keeping our children safe online.

Practical Tips for Easing Children's Social Media Anxiety

How to Restrict Mature Content, Games

and More on the iPhone

NSPCC NetAware

The Net Aware website features over 60 social networking sites, apps and games popular with children. It features websites, apps and games which have been reviewed by a panel of parents  and children and have all been rated in terms of how easy it is to change privacy settings and find any safety advice. The Net Aware site also highlights the types of inappropriate content that can be found on the sites as well as how easy it is to report concerns about abuse or bullying.

Click on the link below.......

More information on Social Media and Apps from Parent Zone

Click on the link below .....

Keeping under 5s Safe Online


Play your part for a better internet!



UK Safer Internet Centre


In addition to coordinating Safer Internet Day every year, the UK Safer Internet Centre delivers a wide range of activity to promote the safe and responsible use of technology:

  • founded and operates an e-safety helpline for professionals working with children in the UK
  • operates the UK’s hotline for reporting online criminal content
  • develops new educational resources for children, parents and carers and teachers to meet emerging trends in the fast-changing online environment
  • delivers education sessions for children, parents, carers, teachers and the wider children’s workforce
  • shapes policy at school, industry and government level, both in the UK and internationally, and facilitates youth panels to give young people a voice on these issues.



We should however:

.... remember that the internet is an essential part of young people's lives and it provides them with great opportunities.  Most people use it without coming to any harm so we must be realistic; banning the internet or web sites often will not work and it can make a child feel less able to report problems or concerns, so education around safe use is essential.


Other useful links:


The Computing Room e-Safety posters and pupil posters