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E Safety Guidance

Here are a few websites which we strongly recommend you use for ideas and guidance to support keeping your children safe online and when using the internet:


Safer Internet Centre UK (https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers).

Net Aware

This website enables parents to quickly assess the safety and use of websites and APPs that their children may want to use or are already using. https://www.net-aware.org.uk/#

Internet matters

This website offers support and advice to parents on how to regulate, support and monitor children's internet use. https://www.internetmatters.org/advice/

DfE Guidance Keeping Children Safe Online  

thinkuknow primary parents helpsheet.pdf


pc helpsheet primary.pdf


protecting children online advice to parents carers tm edit.pdf


Social Media Trends and Information for Parents/Carers

There are new social media sites emerging all the time and it can be difficult for parents/carers to keep up to date with these. The school would recommend that parents/carers keep themselves informed and their children safe using two recommended and approved websites. Safer Internet Centre produces a range of guides for parents that can be read online and printed out.This website and others have been linked below for you to be able to access. 
There is a link below for parents and carers to find out more about helping children to keep safe online.
You will also find useful leaflets on a range of apps and games and some general internet safety information under the 'downloads' section below. 

Find out more using the web links below:

NOS Safety Leaflets

Below is a set of support sheets for making sure your child is safe online and you are aware of the issues and dangers of using online APPs and websites without adult monitoring and support. Please note the legal age restrictions on these sites and think about the other users who can use these resources.

The attached guides have been designed to teach parents about the dangers and risks of: Age-inappropriate content, Fake News, Live-streaming, Online Bullying, Online Gambling and Skin Betting, Online Grooming, Online Relationships, Online Reputation, Phishing, Radicalisation, Screen-addiction, Sexting, Sexual Violence and Harassment, and the Dark Web. These excellent parent guides are designed to highlight the key dangers of the most popular websites and apps that children are currently using and suggest effective strategies for keeping them safe while using them.

We would greatly value your support in monitoring the use of these by your children as we are becoming aware more and more frequently of issues that children are experiencing using these resources and the impact this then has on their learning and relationships within school.


what parents need to know about social media and mental health poster 2 .pdf




among us information.pdf


fortnite information.pdf


instagram parents guide.pdf


internet matters parent age guides 0 5.pdf


internet matters parent age guides 6 10.pdf


online safety guide 2018.pdf


parent information.pdf


parent tech briefing ipad.pdf


parent tech briefing iphone.pdf


parent tech briefing playstation.pdf


parent tech briefing xbox.pdf


roblox parents guide.pdf


screen addiction parents guide.pdf


setting up apps.pdf




snapchat parents guide.pdf


thinkuknow primary parents helpsheet.pdf


tik tok information.pdf


tiktok parents guide.pdf


twitter parents guide.pdf


what parents need to know about social media and mental health poster 2 .pdf


whatsapp parents guide.pdf