Online Safety Library
Please refer to the useful advice and information for both yourself and your child linked to online safety.
Also, please refer to the monthly online safety newsletters we send out as a school for further advice and information.
Top Internet Safety tips
Free Online Safety Course
National Online Safety have worked with tv presenter, Myleen Klass to create online safety videos for parents.
"At first it almost seems obvious that parents will know what their children are doing online. However, the more we spoke to schools and listened to their feedback, the more it became clear that parents needed our help now more than ever."
Take a look at the websites below for details of how you can access the free courses:
The CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) logo pictured here is on a lot of social networking sites. It is the Advice, Help and Report button. Clicking on it will take you to their website, where you can easily follow links for help if you are a parent or child.
The NSPCC has a wide variety of resources and support guides that cover a wider range of current and new and emerging risks.
ThinkuKnow is a fantastic website for resources to support our online safety lessons. The website is a really useful tool to help your child to the most out of the Internet and Online devices in the safest way.