- Internet Safety Information
Internet Safety Information
E-safety: How we can keep children safe online
Top Tips to stop cyber-bullying:
- Tell children not to reply (or simply reply STOP! once then no more); bullies are looking for a reaction.
- Keep the evidence; it may be needed to report further.
- Block the bullies; ensure children know how to do this on the apps they use.
- Don't take away devices, as this may make children less likely to tell you in future.
The following websites also provide useful information about e-safety:
This website has lots of advice on keeping children safe online. You will find helpful tips such as a guide to using YouTube safely and advice on setting up profiles. You can also find updates and top tips on their facebook page: Do you engage?
This search engine filters results based on children's interests and understanding. It won't allow inappropriate phrases to be searched for.
Have you seen this button before? It enables children and young people to report suspicious individuals or behaviour directly to law enforcement quickly and easily.
Other useful websites:
- Health & Safety Information
Health & Safety Information
- Hiring School Facilities
Hiring School Facilities
- Ready to Learn
Ready to Learn
Ready to Learn leaflets - produced by Family Action and NAHT
Useful leaflets for parents to support their children at school.
- Your child's first year at school
Your child's first year at school