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Online Safety

On this page, you will find lots of links and media addressing e-safety. We all use the Internet for a whole variety of purposes and online safety is of paramount importance. Technology is changing all the time and young people are no longer passive recipients of online information.  The use of digital technology is fully integrated into their lives and children are encouraged to use technology to boost their confidence and skills. However, their knowledge and awareness of the inherent issues, risks and dangers is usually very low.

Teaching your child about technology should be seen as another part of keeping them safe, just like crossing the road, stranger danger and learning to swim.


We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the e-Safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.


Information for parents and children about how to stay safe when using the internet can be found on the links below:

Please find below a useful video link on how to keep children and young people safe in a digital world. 

Parent tips Snapchat introduction Internet Matters.mp4

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Online Safety Settings Guide

National Online Safety App

National Online Safety have launched a new app which has a large library of parent guides and helpful tips. 

This leaflet gives you six tips on keeping secure online. 

Google's Be Internet Legends


Use the link to access 'The Legends Family Adventure.'

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Ollee, is a new app designed to help children’s wellbeing.

Ollee is a virtual friend for children aged 8-11, funded by BBC Children in Need’s A Million & Me initiative. It helps children understand their emotions and talk to their parents about what’s troubling them – or what’s making them happy.

It’s also packed with advice about subjects including school, friendships, family life and the internet. 



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The Pledge covers four important topics: screen time, online bullying, social media, and gaming – and using a series of quiz like questions prompts families to discuss and agree some rules on how to use tech and act online. The information is tailored for children 5-13 years. 
CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) delivers a multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the abuse and exploitation of children in the real and ‘e’ world. Often it is referred to as an online 999. By clicking on the button, young people and parents can get advice on a range of issues such as viruses, hacking and dealing with bullying online.
Young people and social networking guide.
Net aware is a collaboration between o2 and NSPCC giving guidance and support about the latest games, apps and social networking sites. 
Internetmatters gives step by step guides to setting up parent controls and privacy settings to ensure children have safe experiences online. 


ParentINFO is a collaboration between ParentZone and CEOP.  There are useful guides and articles on helping your child stay safe online.