Knowing how to stay safe and be a responsible online citizen is a vital part of today’s world.

Parent Info is an excellent site for parents and carers to find out more about how children are using the internet.

Net Aware is another great site from the NSPCC keeping parents up to date on social networks.

Below you will find a thought provoking video for anyone who shares information online. 

The CEOP report button can be used to report inappropriate behaviour online to the police.

Share Aware is an excellent page of information and ideas from the NSPCC for staying safe online.


Watch these great Horrible Histories videos about staying safe online:
Lady Jane Grey
Guy Fawkes
Saxon Monk

There are lots of eSafety websites available with practical advice about staying safe online for parents and for children:

The following advice was circulated to parents with information on how to keep children safe online: E-safety advice

If you have any concerns regarding online safety or cyber-bullying, please contact Mrs Nicholls by either calling the school on 01482 862186 or email: