Online Safety

Staying safe online

During this time you may be accessing resources via the internet, or you may be using different apps to talk to friends or family.  Remember that if you see anything that worries you, always talk to an adult.

Article Image You can also use this internet safety button to report anything you see online that you are worried about.

Article ImageYou also can contact Childline about anything. Whatever your worry, it's better out than in. Call them free on 0800 1111 or contact them online

Online safety for Key Stage 1 children

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Online safety for Key Stage 2 children

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Online Safety: Notes for Parents

During this time, children may be accessing a lot of resources via the internet, sometimes without your supervision.  

  • Please highlight to your children the importance of staying safe online.
  • Remind them that they should always talk to an adult if they see something that worries them.
  • Have a look together at our online safety posters, above.
  • This Primary Parents help sheet and article set out things you can do to help keep your child safe.
  • Reporting concerns: The Click CEOP button at the top of this page can be used to report (or get advice about) anything online that worries you. CEOP is part of the National Crime Agency and it works to protect children from harm.