Keeping Children Safe in Education is the statutory guidance from the Government which we follow. It has informed our policy making and we view online safety as whole community responsibility which includes parents, carers, cleaners, teachers, office staff and governors.

National Online Safety Initiative

We request that every member of our community completes training which is provided through the National Online Safety Organisation. Parents are invited to create an account and partake of the training. Instructions on how to do this are in the slideshow below.

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Cyberbullying

The Diana Award definition of bullying is “repeated negative behaviour that is intended to make others feel upset, uncomfortable or unsafe.” Cyberbullying is bullying which…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday FIFA 20

You don’t need to be the biggest football fan in the world to have heard of FIFA. Easy to pick up and hugely addictive, the…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Sadfishing

Don’t get ‘reeled’ in☹️🎣This #WakeUpWednesday we discuss ‘Sadfishing’; the growing behavioural trend where exaggerated claims are made about emotions to generate sympathy & attention. Learn what it…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Age Ratings

If you have children, it is understandable to have concerns about the films and TV shows they watch, as well as the games they play.…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Youtube Kids

Although children of all ages often watch YouTube content directly via the website or main YouTube app, YouTube itself states that the only place children…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Youtube Guide

YouTube is an online platform – owned by Google – where anyone can upload & watch video content. All different types of information, advice &…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Skin Betting

Much is written in the media about online gaming, gambling and “skin” betting. These terms can be confusing as they mean different things in different…

NOS #WakeUpWednesday Fortnight 2

Fortnite: Chapter 2 has finally landed! With a whole host of new in-game features including a brand-new map, more water-based activities, upgraded character skins and…

What is my child doing online through social networking?

When online, children and young people can learn new things, get help with their homework, express themselves creatively and connect with friends and family. There are also risks but, by understanding and talking about the dangers, you can help keep your child safe online.

CEOP Reporting

If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you’re worried this is happening to someone you know, let ceop know safely and securely

Online Safety Videos

Helpful Links

Digital parenting sessions are run regularly throughout the year as well as training from the NSPCC. Below are some useful links which contain more information about how to stay safe online.