Online Safety Information for Parents

This generation of children have never known a world without the internet. The internet and modern technology has many positive contributions to children's lives and can be a fantastic resource for learning and leisure. Parents and carers play a key role in supporting children to learn about how to stay safe online, and they are the first people children turn to if things go wrong. Our school takes online safety seriously and we know it is important to equip our children with the skills they need to be able to use the internet in a positive and safe way. Below are some documents that you may find useful. We have included information about social media sites as even though our children are not old enough to be active on them, they are of course aware of them and may have access to them through older siblings or friends.

Please click here for our Child Protection page

Online Safety

E-safety tips for Parents of Primary School Children           Updated: 29/06/2016     (198 KB)
A Parents' Guide to Cybersecurity          Updated: 29/06/2016     (1.74 MB)
Information on parental controls at home          Updated: 29/06/2016     (522 KB)
A Parents' Guide to Snapchat          Updated: 29/06/2016     (518 KB)
A Parents' Guide to Instagram          Updated: 29/06/2016     (606 KB)
Instragram Checklist          Updated: 29/06/2016     (354 KB)
Facebook Checklist          Updated: 29/06/2016     (843 KB)
Helping Children to Play Video Games in a Safe Environment          Updated: 29/06/2016     (508 KB)



NSPCC website 

NETAWARE website

Digital Parenting Magazine 

Many internet providers now have parental filters, please check with your provider. Some advice about parental controls can be found here. If you are with BT you can access information about BT Filtering here