Staying Safe online
We take children's safety online extremely seriously. Therefore we are always keeping ourselves up to date on the latest advice on online safety. Please see the attached leaflet for information about keeping your child safe online.
We are members of the National Online Safety hub and are committed to the continual training of our staff to keep up to date with the latest information. We would highly recommend that our parents also sign up for free membership here https://nationalonlinesafety.com/ so that we can work together to keep our children safe at school and at home.
We will share useful guides here for parents on occasion from the National Online Safety website so please check back regularly.
Useful Safety Links
We understand that it can be daunting finding the correct safety advice online, so here are some useful links for parents to help you stay up to date with the most useful information. We highly recommend parents sign up as a member to the National Online Safety hub here: https://nationalonlinesafety.com/
Sunshine Behavioural Health have a great set of tips to prevent cyberbullying, as well as a wealth of other resources on their website: Sunshine Behavioural Health
NSPCC - Online Safety
There is lots of information from the NSPCC to help guide you through a wealth of different scenarios. We recommend you look at these regularly to keep up to date : NSPCC Online Safety
Clear information about parental control, and safety whilst gaming, plus more: Childnet International
Parents Guide to Technology
There is a wealth of information on this site for parents. This link will take you directly to advice about different devices (smartphones/ consoles etc) Parents Guide to Technology
If you have concerns about your child online and are seeking advice, or to report anything you are suspicious about, please visit this website for guidance Think You Know