E-Safety Resources

Helpful resources and links for parents, teachers and pupils

Information for parents

How to keep kids safe online in 2020

Here is some good detailed guidance for parents, especially helpful during the Covid-19 home learning situation.

The links on this page are to third party websites. Please inform us if you find the links are out of date, or if you would like to recommend other helpful resources.

Safer Internet Day 2020

Download Top Tips For Parents and a handy guide to setting up parental controls so that children can stay safe online.

Childnet

There are excellent resources for children, teachers and parents on the Childnet website. This big button will take you to an interactive guide to all the main topics parents will want to know about.

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Parent Info

A variety of informative articles and videos about such topics as social media and the under 13s, vlogging, anxiety and selfies.

UK Safer Internet Centre

This site is an absolute MUST READ for all parents. It explains how to access security settings on your home broadband, and tells you how to manage your children's phones, gaming devices and other internet enabled equipment.


Think U Know

This is the place to go for all sorts of online safety advice. There are sections aimed at children of various ages, and sections for parents and teachers. Here is a guide to protecting your child from abuse online.

Fortnite Chapter 2

Here is a helpful parents' guide to the latest version of this popular game.

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CEOP

is the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. It is part of the National Crime Agency. You will find CEOP buttons all over our website, making it easy for you to report online abuse or dangerous looking activity.

NSPCC NetAware

An excellent guide to the social networking and gaming sites children are most likely to use. It includes age recommendations and reviews from parents and children.

Internet Matters

This is a not-for-profit organisation aimed at parents and backed by BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media. It aims to help parents keep children safe in a digital world.

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