Keeping Safe Online
We have our own Online Safety Policy to ensure that students and staff remain safe online.
There are other useful websites and guides to help keep your child safe online.
Childnet International aims to help parents understand parental controls, gaming and other ways of keeping children safe online.
Digital Parenting Magazine aims to provide parents with the latest expert advice so they can help their children develop the life skills and knowledge they need to use the online world.
Facebook Checklist answers common questions about Facebook profiles.
Facebook Parents’ Portal provides links and tips for parents.
Instagram Privacy and Safety Checklist answers common questions about Instagram profiles.
Internet Matters helps parents keep their children safe online.
Parents’ Guide to Technology provides advice about smartphones, gaming devices, tablets and other internet-connected devices. This guide has been created to answer questions and introduce some of the most popular devices, highlighting the safety tools available and empowering parents with the knowledge they need to support their children to use these technologies safely and responsibly.
Pokemon Go: a parent's guide. Pokemon Go is a game that makes Pokemon characters appear in real life places by using the GPS and camera on your phone. This guide from the NSPCC explains the game and how parents can help keep children using the app safe.
Revenge Porn Helpline. This resource highlights the support available from Revenge Porn and includes the helpline contact information.
Snapchat checklist provides practical information and answers to common questions.
So you got naked online leaflet and pocket guide are new resources that help and advise young people who may find themselves in a situation where they (or a friend) have put a sexting image or video online and have lost control over that content and who it's being shared with.
Star SEN Toolkit provides practical advice and activities for teachers and parents exploring e-safety with young people with autism spectrum disorders in Key Stage 3 and 4.
Thinkuknow is a website that supports parents/carers to understand and respond to the risks their children may face online.
Twitter Checklist answers common questions about Twitter accounts.
What's the problem? is a guide for parents/carers of children and young people who have got into trouble online.