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Online safety is serious

Parental engagement with online safety is hugely important. After all, children are more likely to use devices, apps and websites outside of school and at home. It's best to know as much as possible and understand the modern online risks which your child may face. There are a lot of useful resources available to help keep your children safe whilst online. 

THINK YOU KNOW have produced useful packs to help you learn safely at home. Click on the image below to find out more. 

Think U know (CEOP) resources are informative and up to date. Please visit the parents and carers area. Follow the link: 

CEOP Parents/Carers area 

The following CEOP links are a must read for all parents and carers: 

Having a conversation with your child

Online grooming. How does it work?

Keeping your under 5s safe online

Sharing pictures of your children online

Gaming: What parents and carers need to know


The NSPCC website has some great resources. Check it out. Spread the word.

NSPCC Online Safety

Note sure where to start? Have a look at the share aware guide in the documents below for some top tips.


Netaware is also a guide developed by the NSPCC to provide parents with information to help understand their child's online world and help them keep their child/ren safe online.


Do you understand the apps and websites your child might be using? Use the following link to help...




You can also find some useful information about online safety for your children on the ChildNet website:

E-safety newsletters

To keep you up to date with current e-safety issues, the school has subscribed to receive newsletters from an e-safety advisor. The information is aimed at parents and carers, and much of the content relates to home Internet use. You can download the newsletters below - we hope you find these e-safety newsletters helpful in keeping your child safe online at home.