Online Safety

The Internet can be a wonderful place to learn, shop, play games, and talk to your friends. Unfortunately, there are also predators, identity thieves, and others online who may try to harm you. In order to be safe online, it’s important for you and your children to be aware of the dangers. Below is a variety of resources you may find useful in ensuring your child’s safety online.

Are you worried about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with you online? Use the button to the right to report your concerns to CEOP.

If you are being bullied, or you are not ready to make a report to CEOP, you can use the button on the left to talk to Childline anonymously online or on the phone – No worry is too big or too small.

Online Safety Information

Please click here for a copy of the information provided at the Workshops held on Wednesday 5 July 2017 and Friday 7 July 2017.


Please click here to view and article called ‘Protecting Children’s Privacy Online’ on the comparitech website. (Thanks to comparitech for reaching out to us and providing further information for parents and carers)

Please click here to visit the Review Lab Online Safety page which contains many useful links and pages relating to Online Safety.


Please click here to visit ‘thinkuknow’, an online source which contains many useful links and pages relating to Online Safety.

Finally, below are some links to further documentation advising of the major Online Safety problems to be aware of:

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