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Keeping Children Safe on the Internet

The virtual world of the Internet is a great place to learn, play games and get useful information; it is an important part of modern life. However, like the real world, it also poses many dangers particularly for young children; parents can find it hard to know how to protect their child in this world.
The UK Safer Internet Centre gives excellent advice for parents and carers with tools and strategies to keep children safe online available from the website link below under these headings:
Having ongoing conversations with your children about staying safe
Using safety tools on social networks and other online services,
eg Facebook privacy settings
Deciding if you want to use parental controls on your home internet
Understanding devices and the parental control tools on offer in
a Parents' Guide to Technology

Where to report/get help

Safer Internet Day 2019

Safer Internet Day 2019(2)

Safer Internet Day 2019 Resources

Useful Information

Letter from the Headteacher

I would like to take this opportunity to make you aware of the link to some really good guidance in relation to keeping our children safe on line when using social media, internet etc.


Recently there have been a number of concerns in relation to children’s safety whilst playing on line in particular an app called Momo.

In school we do a lot of work with your children about keeping themselves safe whilst on line and we hope by providing the attached information you will feel confident to talk to your children about their on line activity and to support them in keeping safe.

Yours sincerely

PM Walker


Other Useful Websites for E-Safety for Parents

Our Smart Rules

Smart Rules

Some of the websites we use in school to teach internet safety

These are some of the sites we use with the children to help them to understand online safety

Think U Know Website 5-7

Think U Know Website 8-10

Kidsmart Website

Kara and Winston

Adventures of Smartie the Penguin

Guides to online gaming/social network apps for parents