The link below takes you to goverment guidance and support for parents and carers to keep children and young people safe from online harm 

Home Activity packs


Think U Know and Childnet provide age-specific activities about online safety to do with your child at home in addition for guidance for you as a parent

NSPCC provides tips for parents on how to keep your child safe on line

Online Safety Guide for Parents/ Carers

Click on the image above to find out about the free parental App that gives you access to access helpful guides including:

Remote Learning

Parental Controls

Social Media Apps

Online Bullying

Online Relationships

Online Reputation


Other Guidance for Parents/ Carers


Provide practical tips to help children stay safe online including age-specific issues, setting devices up safely and tools for reporting issues to relevant organisations.

Children reveal riskiest social media sites in new Net Aware guide - O2 The  Blue

Net Aware provides a guide to all the latest social network, apps and games.

 Reporting concerns 

Click on the make a report link above to make a report directly to the school safeguarding team.

If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, please call the police straight away on 999 

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