Online Safety

Online Safety


Online Safety Policy

Online Safety Policy

Online Safety Advice

If you are concerned about a child or young adult being groomed online or concerned with who they are communicating with whilst online, then you can report this immediately.
Use the CEOP button below which will allow you to report any concerns.

Online Safety Pupil Survey

This was completed by pupils in Years 1-6 in September 2018. Click here to see the results of the survey:

Online Safety Pupil Survey

What apps and websites should my child use?

If you want to check which apps and websites are age appropriate, Please click here

Helpful Websites

Some useful websites for parents regarding Online Safety for children:


Top 5 Tips for Parents and Carers

Have family rules about how the internet will be used at home and be clear about what information is safest to share online.

Discuss rules about making and meeting online friends.

Make sure you know what your children are doing online much like you would in “real” life.

Make sure that your children are aware that people on websites can lie online.

Make sure your child understands that online actions can have offline consequences.


The Digital Parenting Magazine

Issue 6 of The Digital Parenting Magazine from Vodafone can be read here. It shares helpful advice on how to address digital issues at home with gaming, social media and other online activities.The Digital Parenting Magazine.

If you would like any further advice regarding Online Safety both inside and outside of school, then please feel free to speak to our Computing and Online Safety Lead, Mrs A. Mehigan.