Online Safety


A report entitled, 'Safer Children in a Digital World - A Summary for children and young people' by Dr Tanya Byron was published in March 2008. 

The report outlines an assessment of the effects the internet and video gaming can have on children. The information contained in the report details those aspects of internet and video gaming that can be positive, safety risks and suggested recommendations, which are useful for schools and parents. Please click here to read it.


Please find below a number of portals available to support parents during the school closure period.

The Key - Parent Resource Hub

The UK Safer Internet Centre - Covid 19 Support

CEOP - Home Activity Packs 

NSPCC - Keeping Children Safe Online


With thanks to the UK Safer Internet Centre, we are delighted to share the advice below with our parents and wider community and hope that this goes some way to helping conversations at home around Online Safety.

Parents and Carers Helpsheet

Activities for 11-13 year olds

Activities for those aged 14 or over

A guide to safer live lessons


With thanks to the UK Safer Internet Centre, we are delighted to share the advice below with our parents and wider community and hope that this goes some way to helping conversations at home around Online Safety.

Conversation Starters Family Internet Safety Plan
Fun Things To Do Get Involved
Pack Overview Quick Activities
Resource Sheet Safer Internet Day 2020

 


 

 

CEOP

If you suspect someone is using the internet to make inappropriate contact with children, use the button below to alert the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection), who will investigate. This does not report it to the school, but you can also contact a member of our Safeguarding team if you feel that you or another person is in danger.

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